Risen Deploys HJT Production Line in China

Risen Energy has launched production of its G12 HJT Hyper-ion module line in China. Image: Increased energy.

Chinese solar manufacturer Risen Energy has started production of its 120μm heterojunction (HJT) solar cell production line in Changzhou City, China.

The company has upgraded its HJT pilot line over the past three months, with cells being produced for use in its Hyper-ion modules that use G12 120μm half-cut cells.

Boasting a mass production cell efficiency of 25.5%, the cell structure uses a microcrystalline doping layer and has a lower silver content paste than comparative PERC cells, Risen said.

The power output of the modules for this cell can reach up to 700 Wp+ with a module efficiency of 22.53%.

The member of the “Solar Module Super League” has touted its HJT Hyper-ion modules reducing the LCOE by 10% compared to PERC modules and with a reduced carbon footprint that “will make outstanding contributions to the achievement of ‘carbon neutrality’ “said the manufacturer.

Last month, Risen launched a range of HJT modules and building-integrated PV modules with a focus on reducing its carbon consumption, with HJT reducing carbon value by 30% compared to PERC modules.

Earlier this year, member SMSL announced a US$7 billion expansion plan to increase its module manufacturing capacity as well as power generation projects.


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