Risen Energy Launches Ultra-Low Carbon BIPV and HJT Products

NINGBO, China, April 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Risen Energy Co., Ltd., a leading solar module manufacturer in Chinahas just concluded its press conference in Ninghai, Zhejiang province, for the launch of the latest line of Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV), which included Super Top, Super Tile as well as its latest Heterojunction (HJT) offering, Hyper-ion. The entire range benefits from further reduction in carbon usage and improved power generation performance, greatly expanding opportunities for development and implementation of BIPV and HJT products.

Super BIPV is a leader in the delivery of “green” roofs

Every industry in China jumped on the bandwagon of reducing carbon emissions in light of the Chinese government’s setting of cutting-edge carbon neutrality targets. In 2021, the government rolled out a series of carbon reduction policies specifically targeting the building and construction sector, to encourage the construction of greener, low-carbon buildings and environments and to prepare the sector for the arrival of the era of the carbon peak and carbon neutrality. . In response to these policies, Risen Energy, in its role as a leader and pioneer in all things photovoltaic, has launched two key products, the Super Top for industrial and commercial roofs and the Super Tile for residential roofs. . Both products hit all the high marks in terms of being a supporter of people’s will China with an ecological and environmentally friendly housing stock: they are safe, reliable, economical, diversified in their applications, easy to install and aesthetic in appearance.

The unique feature of Super Top is a new method of joining the steel plate and the PV module so that the modules blend perfectly into the colors usually adopted by the steel industry and can be fully integrated into the construction process. rather than bolted on afterwards. The module has new double-glass frameless modules with 210 mm slices. The 210+ double glazing ensures high power generation capacity, the rimless frame prevents dust accumulation on top of the unit and the 210+HJT cell offers a 7% power generation gain. The module is 740W and is equipped with 360 degree vertical locking, is waterproof and has no shading loss, which increases the power generation gain by another 1.5%.

Regarding the aesthetics of the module, Super Top comes optionally with aluminum-zinc-magnesium or color coated steel plates and custom colors to satisfy the preferences of the end user. Installation is quick and easy and can be done by one person, while post-installation operation and maintenance is minimized. The product’s own corrosion resistance design and excellent wind and fire resistance mean longer periods between each maintenance check, providing a safe and worry-free experience.

The 1817mm*420mm super tile is available in a variety of colors and shapes that perfectly match household roofing systems. The module has a maximum output of 120 watts and a dust-free design that improves power generation efficiency by 5%. Like Super Top, installation is quick and easy and can be done by one person, saving 30% on construction costs.

Super Tile is available in two formats, “stacked” and “tiled” to meet various preferences of end users. The cost is basically equivalent to that of a home distributed system and tiles that would have taken up the same space. With effectively no change in cost compared to older solutions, the low-carbon Super Tile better meets today’s market demand.

Hyper-ion increases the ecological value of HJT products

Keeping costs under control has always been a difficult problem which, to date, has prevented HJT technology from becoming mainstream. Based on cutting-edge technologies in semiconductor physics, semiconductor packaging, core materials, and equipment design, after thousands of iterations, Risen Energy has finally released a product that it can be proud. The new product – Hyper-ion cell uses 210 HJT half-cut 120 micron and microcrystalline technology, achieving super high efficiency exceeding 25.2%. By basing the calculation on a 100 MW project in Hainan province, the long-term power generation of an HJT solution has the advantage of reducing the LCOE by more than 10% and possibly even more when comparing both the one-time capital costs and the ongoing overhead associated with traditional processes.

Building on advances in passivation technology, the unit comes with an open voltage greater than 750mV and ultra-thin wafers that are slightly less thick than TOPCon and PERC, as well as HJT thin cells with a nearly 30% lower carbon value than PERC. By using a high-strength alloy steel frame, Hyper-ion’s carbon footprint score is reduced from over 570 per kw to less than 400 without the application of special silicon materials, and can be reduced even further far, to nearly 300 when special silicon materials are used. These are very enviable benchmarks in the ultra low carbon sector.

Risen Energy’s HJT modules perform at 5 times the standard required by IEC test specifications, while the third-party certified carbon footprint score is less than 400. When applying the footprint approach carbon, the potential premium for Hyper-ion can reach 0.01 yuan per watt based on the current price of European carbon emission rights at around 80 euros per tonne.

Risen Energy plans to mainly focus on researching low-carbon series products, including continuing R&D on BIPV, steel frame and HJT technologies, with the aim of launching more low-carbon products. carbon, thereby strengthening the photovoltaic “low-carbon universe”. facilitate green and sustainable development and accelerate the transition to a zero carbon era.

SOURCE Risen Energy Co.,Ltd

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