Risen Vitality presents the primary series-produced solar module with 700 W energy

Risen Energy Co. Ltd., a manufacturer of solar photovoltaic products, has launched NewT @ N, the first mass-produced solar module in the industry with an output of up to 700 W.

Risen Energy says its NewT @ N module heralds the arrival of the PV 7.0 era, promising more stable performance and higher power generation in a single 210mm silicon wafer. With its NewT @ N technology, Risen Energy is able to solve the problem of the high surface recombination rate of conventional PERC cells on metal surfaces.

"As the world continues on its way to a carbon-neutral future, the installed green power capacity is growing rapidly," says Risen Energy. “Hundreds of new companies have sprung up and the PV industry is facing an unprecedented increase in opportunities and challenges. With our latest PV modules based on a 210 mm silicon wafer platform, we can effectively lower the costs per kilowatt hour, generate the highest possible turnover for our customers and help reduce CO2 emissions worldwide. "

The NewT @ N 700 W high performance solar panel uses advanced technologies such as non-destructive cutting of half-cut solar cells, multi-busbar (MBB) and high-density packaging to improve efficiency and effectively reduce the risk of cells cracking and hotspots. In addition, the module combines the advantages and complements the solar cell technologies of the next generation from TOPCon and HJT. As a result, NewT @ N offers an overall module efficiency of 22.5% at a controlled cost under mass production standards.

Low voltage products, such as silicon wafers measuring 210 mm, can carry higher loads and accommodate more installed capacity. Based on estimates compared to traditional 182mm 540W modules, NewT @ N increases power generation efficiency and stable performance while reducing costs. The module reduces the floor space by 6.6% and the installed capacity by 29.63% – which reduces the total costs of the BOS by 6.68 to 8.95% and the LCOE costs by 4.84 to 6.16%.

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