Q.Cells’ Q.Antum technology breaks 300Wp barrier for 60-cell modules

Categories: Energy Harvesting

Independent testing agency Société Générale de Surveillance (SGS) Institut Fresenius in Dresden, Germany, has reportedly confirmed that Q.Cells has broken the 300Wp barrier for 60-cell modules with a recorded performance of 301Wp. The module is based on the Q.Antum technology, which Q.Cells notes is under constant development.

The base material for the Q.Antum is made of 180µm thick, n-doped monocrystalline silicon wafers. Q.Cells put functional nano-layers onto the rear side of the wafers and applied metal contacts using a screen-print technique. The company noted that development work was partly supported by the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt and the German federal government.

Source PVTech

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