The module integrates heterojunction cells with a HJT cell efficiency of 23.4% manufactured on equipment from Meyer Burger at the CEA INES pilot line. This is part of CEA-LITEN, the institute of the French atomic energy research agency CEA that is looking at new energy technologies in four key areas: solar energy through the INES division, batteries, hydrogen and fuel cells, and advanced materials. It has 1000 staff looking at electricity production, building, transport and mobile electronics as the main markets.
The CEA INES pilot line for heterojunction cell manufacturing integrates Meyer Burger’s PECVD and PVD equipment and the module uses Meyer Burger’s SmartWire Connection Technology (SWCT) manufacturing equipment.
- MEYER BURGER SPINS OUT ITS SOLAR SYSTEMS BUSINESS
- NEW RECORD FOR LARGE PANEL PEROVSKITE SOLAR MODULE
- COMMERCIAL SCREEN PRINTING PROCESS FOR HIGH EFFICIENCY SOLAR CELLS