20% Efficient Silicon Solar Cell Modules

  • Zhao J
  • Wang A
  • Taouk M
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This paper reports recent results of measurements upon two high
performance silicon solar cell modules. One module is based on cells
which are hybrids between the buried contact solar cell and PERL
(passivated emitter rear locally diffused) cells of cell efficiency in
the 20-21% range. This module has an independently confirmed efficiency
of 19.7-20.0%. The second module is based on large-area PERL cells of
efficiency in the 21-22% range. The independently confirmed module
efficiency is 20.5%, making this the first flat-plate photovoltaic
module to exceed the 20% performance figure

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  • J. Zhao

  • a. Wang

  • M. Taouk

  • F. Yun

  • a. Ebong

  • a.W. Stephens

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