JinkoSolar has introduced its second-generation Tiger Neo panel family, which includes three series with up to 445 Wp for 54-cell, 615 Wp for 72-cell and 635 Wp for 78-cell panels and module efficiency up to 22.27 per cent, 23.23 per cent and 22.72 per cent respectively. The new-generation Tiger Neo panels are reportedly built with highly efficient N-type TOPCon technology that delivers improved performance and reliability. Moreover, these panels are available with up to 23.23 per cent efficiency at the module level, and 615 Wp power output for the 72-cell panel in 182 inches format. With a bifacial factor of up to 85 per cent, these panels can push a higher generation on the rear side and allow for 15-20 per cent more yield compared to conventional bifacial panels.
Adani Solar collaborates for retail distribution of solar panels in Maharashtra
Adani Solar, a subsidiary of the Adani Group, has announced plans to diversify its retail distribution business in Maharashtra with Roofsol Energy as the region’s official channel partner. Through this collaboration, Adani group hopes to […]
Navitas launches its new 156 half-cells solar panel
Navitas has unveiled its new solar panel, Bonito Max, a half-cut monocrystalline PERC module with a 10-busbar design. The panel has 156 half-cells and is available in a variety of configurations with power outputs ranging […]
Hanwha Q Cells launches its new solar panel
Hanwha Q Cells has unveiled its new Q.Peak Duo XL-G11.3 panel, which features a power output range of 570-590 W and an efficiency range of 20.8-21.7 per cent. The panel is available in five different […]