JinkoSolar Achieves 23.53% Efficiency for N-Type Mono Panel

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  • JinkoSolar has achieved 23.53% conversion efficiency for an n-type monocrystalline solar PV module based on its TOPCon mono cell technology.
  • The result has been confirmed by Germany’s globally respected testing and inspection service provider, TÜV Rheinland and beats the company’s previous record of 23.1% set in January 2021.
  • JinkoSolar is the largest solar panel manufacturer in the world in terms of cumulative global shipments boasting accolades for the highest quality and performance.
  • The company also recently announced a Strategic Cooperation Agreement with Maersk Shipping for end-to-end transportation and digitalised logistics solutions. Read more

“The module’s breakthrough performance was the result of adopting JinkoSolar’s cutting-edge TOPCon cell technology fused with a new-type of welding and packaging technology,” the manufacturer said in a statement. “The module design not only reduces the internal resistance loss of the module, but improves power efficiency and module appearance.”

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Early in 2020, JinkoSolar announced that it was able to improve the panel performance by applying a new anti-reflection coating and advanced metallization technologies. New Tiling Ribbon (TR) technology was also incorporated into the cell design, which eliminates any inter-cell gap.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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