Huasun introduces 750-watt module with 24.16 percent efficiency

Chinese module manufacturer Anhui Huasun Energy Co., Ltd. has achieved a power output of 750.54 watts and an efficiency of 24.16 percent with its »Himalaya G12-132 HJT« module. The Himalaya G12-132 HJT module consists of bifacial heterojunction cells that achieve an average efficiency of 25.8 percent, according to the manufacturer.
The Himalaya G12-132 HJT has been certified by TÜV Süd. Only a few weeks earlier, Huasun presented a module with 744.43 watts and an efficiency of 23.96 percent. However, this is not enough to set a new record: A few days earlier, Chinese module manufacturer JinkoSolar announced a record efficiency of 24.76 percent for its TÜV Süd-certified TOPCon n-type modules. And China's Aiko Solar Energy Technology Co., Ltd., which has since increased its TÜV Rheinland-certified value of 24.0 percent presented at Intersolar Europe in June to 24.17 percent, is still a hair's breadth ahead of Huasun. Unlike Aiko's and Huasun's modules, the module type released by JinkoSolar is not yet a commercial product.
Huasun was founded in July 2020 in Xuancheng, China, and has shipped 1.5 gigawatts of HJT modules to date. Its production capacity is 5.1 gigawatts.

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