Why JinkoSolar’s Tiger Neo is the Best-Selling N-Type Solar Panel

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Most of these sales were from the cutting-edge and reasonably priced Tiger Neo model. The Tiger Neo model is designed in such a way that it delivers mindblowing high efficiency, high rated power, high bifacial factor, high generating performance with low degradation, low-temperature coefficient, and lower LCOE, accompanied by 30 years long warranty.

  • Highest Average Cell Efficiency of JinkoSolar’s N-type TOPCon Cell: > 24.5%
  • N-type TOPCon cell can achieve even 28% thematically while JinkoSolar mass-produced N-type TOPCon cell with 24%-25% efficiency. Compare to PERC Cell, N-type TOPCon can achieve even 20% more power.
  • Highest Average Module Efficiency of JinkoSolar’s N-type TOPCon Panel: >22.5%
  • JinkoSolar N-type TOPCon Tiger Neo panels have the best efficiency in serial production, scoping between 22%-23.84%. N-type Tiger Neo module has the best generation performance and reliable characteristic resistance for common failures from all over solar technology.

More Power Productivity per Watt

Higher power, bifacial factor, efficient production under extreme conditions, combined with the lower degradation, no LID and LeTID effects, and a glass-glass structure of JinkoSolar’s N-type Tiger Neo allows you to generate significantly more power per watt (kWh/kW) over 30 years of use compared to PERC panels.

Longer Generation Time of Tiger Neo

JinkoSolar’s N-type TOPCon Tiger Neo panels demonstrate better power generation characteristics than conventional P-type modules under low light conditions. Therefore, the effective power generation time of Tiger Neo is 11.07% more than that of conventional solar modules

JinkoSolar’s N-Type Panel Power?

JinkoSolar’s Tiger Neo with N-type TOPCon technology solar panels with 144 cells(182’ wafer) has a scope of power between 575W-610W and 156 cells 605W – 630W. Residential standard 108 cells have standard 430W-450W.

Low-Temperature Coefficient

Low-temperature coefficient of Tiger Neo is 0.29%/°C (other N-type producers provide 0.3%/°C)panel allows it to bring more energy yield, particularly in hot climate conditions which account for 80% market. It demonstrates unique advantages in high temperature/high irradiance areas. Compared to the PERC module, Tiger Neo features a lower power temperature coefficient and higher output power. It is about 4.5% more efficient in power output than the PERC module under 60℃ operation temperature which is not unusual in tropical and desert regions.

Tiger Neo’s Low Degradation: <1% Initial Year /-0,29% Yearly / 88% after 30 years

Tiger Neo modules work with TOPCon cells, which have much lower degradation than PERC panels, and more stable and long-lasting power generation. N-type promises to provide the best quality assurance to ensure maximum customer value. Degradation is only 1% in the first year and 0.4% yearly in 30 years, allowing 88% of rated power after 30 years.

JinkoSolar’s N-Type Tiger Neo Panels Warranty?

Long Warranty for JinkoSolar’s N-Type Tiger Neo Panels. 30 years for linear power loss and at least 15 years for the product (other N-type producers provide 12 years for the product) give Tiger Neo modules Top positions in the PV market.

Why Higher Bifacial Factor of Tiger Neo Matters?

N-type TOPCon is considered one of the top cell technologies with a higher bifacial factor. A higher bifacial factor allows more energy yield on the back. JinkoSolar’s N-type Tiger Neo bifacial solar modules with a b bifacial factor of up to 85% can catch and convert solar light fully, generating 15-30% more power.

Due to the technical production and properties of N-type TOPCon cells as well as the optical dual-glass design, the bifacial factor of JinkoSolar’s Tiger Neo N-type panel is the highest commercialized available today at 75%-85% compared to the PERC average of 65%-70%. The glass-glass structure is the best solution for the N-type bifacial module since it maximizes the advantage of N-type cells as well as better reinforce and protects the cells externally.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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