Risen Energy’s 15 GW HJT Line Commences Production

Risen Energy’s 15 GW HJT Line Commences Production

Chinese module major Risen Energy has announced that the Hyper-ion heterojunction (HJT) solar module produced by the Company’s Nanbin 15GW manufacturing base (Phase-1) has rolled off the assembly line.

The announcement comes as Risen Energy has vowed to zero in on the research and development of n-type HJT modules as part of the Company’s mission and strategy to catalyst innovation for high-power, high-efficiency solar modules. Risen Energy is the latest solar leader to see HJT technology as one of the key innovations that will usher in a new era for the solar sector, boosting power generation while trimming down the cost and carbon footprint of solar products. Earlier this year, Risen Energy unveiled plans to raise the production capacity of its n-type HJT Hyper-ion series to 15GW by the end of 2023.


With the use of low-temperature double-sided passivated contacts and double-sided microcrystalline technology and the adoption of pastes with lower silver content and an alloy frame design ensures excellent reliability while further reducing costs.

With a highest power output of 741.456Wp and an efficiency exceeding 23.89%, Risen Energy’s Hyper-ion HJT modules offer a stable temperature coefficient, capable of maintaining their power output above 90% even after 30 years of use. Furthermore, the carbon footprint value (CFP) of the modules is less than 400kg eq CO2/kWc.

Situated in southern Ningbo with a total investment of RMB 15.2 billion, Risen Energy’s Nanbin manufacturing base covers an area of 1,448 mu (238 acres). Ninghai, a county under the administration of Ningbo has launched itself to be a solar hub. Ninghai has seen the combined industrial output of the PV and energy storage sectors achieve RMB 6.65 billion in 2023 Q1 alone, up 78.8% from the same period last year.


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