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Jinergy on the importance of choosing the right module

At the recent ‘Net Zero MEA – Solar and Energy Storage’ event held in Dubai and with the backdrop of the Middle East’s rapidly growing investment in renewable energy, the strong positioning of Chinese PV technology was a key topic. Ben Yu, Jinergy director of overseas sales, acknowledged this and addressed delegates on the importance of choosing the correct module for a specific project.

Yu is of the opinion that module selection should be based on two criteria. Firstly,  photovoltaic technology, since the PV industry’s development of new technology, and the associated technical support, is crucial to address evolving application requirements. Secondly, at the supplier level, the selected manufacturer needs to be both innovative and sustainable, and with a positive financial outlook.

Higher efficiency and reliability, longevity and enhanced performance is the common pursuit of module manufacturers and Yu presented a vertical comparison of the product performance of three mainstream technologies, including module power, efficiency, rate of bifaciality, temperature coefficient, attenuation and low light response. Horizontally, BOS, LCOE and system power generation were also compared and analyzed.

In terms of products, since TOPCon products are widely promoted and applied, they currently have a higher cost performance. TOPCon is compatible with 182, 210 and 210R rectangular cells, and the range of module power covers 585W, 615W, 700W and above. Based on the technology’s high power, high efficiency and high reliability,  system power generation can be increased by some 3%, BOS costs can be reduced by the same percentage, and LCOE reduced by around 4.5%.

Jinergy is a Chinese state-owned company, totally committed to sustainable development, with the full backing of its parent company, and delivering on its ESG responsibilities in the areas of operation, manufacturing and management.

Its product portfolio encompasses PERC, TOPCon and HJT cell and module technology and related production capacity, with N-type products currently accounting for more than 80% of this capacity.