3Sun, Enel Inexperienced Energy’s PV producer primarily based in Catania, Italy, launched a brand new collection of n-type heterojunction (HJT) photo voltaic modules this week at Intersolar Europe in Munich, Germany.

“The modules, scheduled to hit the market in 2024, are primarily based on 3SUN CORE-H, the tried and examined heterojunction know-how (HJT) developed solely by 3SUN, and due to this fact 100% European,” stated the corporate in an announcement.

3SUN CORE-H know-how, in line with 3Sun, combines crystalline silicon with amorphous silicon layers and ensures superior effectivity, efficiency, and reliability in comparison with different merchandise available on the market, for utility- scale and distributed era installations.

The M40 collection for rooftop purposes consists of 9 variations, with energy rankings from 440 W to 480 W and energy efficiencies from 22.9% to 25.0%. The modules measure 1,754 mm x 1,096 mm x 30 mm and weigh 21 kg.

They function an anodized aluminum body, 3.2 mm tempered glass, and a white backsheet. The merchandise function with a most system voltage of 1,000 V and have an IP68 junction field. They’ve a temperature coefficient of -0.24% per diploma Celsius and an working temperature vary from -40 C to 85 C.

The collection has a 30-year linear energy output guarantee and a 25-year product guarantee. The degradation within the first yr is reported to be 1.0%, and the 30-year ending energy output is assured to be at least 91.8% of the nominal energy output.

3Sun provides a Daring model of the roof collection, which maximizes the sensible and aesthetic necessities. It has an output energy from 430 W to 470 W and an effectivity of as much as 24.5%.

As well as, 3Sun launched a utility-scale collection at Intersolar Europe with energy outputs from 650 W to 680 W, a bifaciality issue of 95%, and an effectivity of as much as 24.63%.

The three new merchandise will likely be obtainable beginning in 2024. 3Sun manufactures the modules in its gigafactory in Catania, which at present has a capability of 200 MW. The capability growth to three GW of heterojunction modules is scheduled to be operational in July 2024.

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