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13.04.17 | 21:03 Uhr | Alter: 101 Tage

ISC Konstanz and SERIS develop first 60 6-inch cell IBC glass-glass module

 

The Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) has developed the world’s first full-sized Interdigitated Back Contact (IBC) bifacial solar module using International Solar Energy Research Center (ISC) Konstanz, ‘ZEBRA’ solar cells. 

The 60-cell bifacial module uses 6-inch N-type mono wafers with ISC Konstanz fabricated ZEBRA cells with conversion efficiencies of up to 22%. The module could produce as much as 30% extra power than an equivalent conventional IBC module, due to the bifacial nature of the solar cells and the layout with a double glass structure to ensure ground-reflected light capture. The module was claimed to have a bifaciality of 75% and capable of producing up to 400 Watts.

https://www.pv-tech.org/news/snec-2017-worlds-first-full-size-ibc-bifacial-module-to-be-displayed