GOYANG-SI, South Korea, June 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Jinneng Clean Energy Technology Ltd. (Jinergy), a China-based technology-driven PV manufacturer, showcased HJT super-high efficiency module at EXPO Solar 2019, held at KINTEX Korea.
According to International Energy Agency (IEA), Korea ranked among the world’s top 10 countries in both newly installed and total installed PV capacities in 2018. In 2017, Korea proposed the Plan 3020 for renewable energy, aiming to make renewable energy account for 20% of the total energy consumption by 2030. In the first half of 2019, Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, Republic of Korea revised the plan to increase the share of renewable energy in energy production to about 30%-35% by 2040, which is over four times the current share-7.6%.
According to the rising demand for high efficiency modules in Korean market, Jinergy presented super high efficiency HJT module at the exhibition. Featuring bifacial power generation, excellent low light performance, ultra-low temperature coefficient and degradation, overall power generation of Jinergy HJT module is increased by 44% when compared to regular polycrystalline modules.
With the continuous optimization of technology and process, Jinergy HJT cell average mass production efficiency reached 23.79%, and efficiency of new experimental cells reached 24.73%. Tested by TUV Rheinland, module efficiency of Jinergy’s HJT modules has reached 21.9% and bifaciality has reached 93%. Front-side power output of 72-cell HJT module has reached 406.6W without using technologies such as large wafer and half-cut.
According to Dr. Liyou Yang, general manager of Jinergy, “We have been named as Tier 1 solar module manufacturer by Bloomberg New Energy Finance for two consecutive quarters, which means we are recognized as high-quality module supplier globally. In the future, Jinergy will still work on technology innovation and cost-reduction to further bring down LCOE of PV and promote utilization of renewable energy.” In 2018, Jinergy’s overseas market shipments accounted for 40% of total annual shipments, with the modules shipped to Japan, Korea, Germany, the Netherlands, Israel, Ukraine, Pakistan, India and other countries and regions. In 2019, Jinergy will continue to expand overseas market, and overseas shipment is estimated to account for 50% of total shipment.