In our recent posts, we have covered news about Meyer Burger’s Heterojunction Technology (HJT). Meyer Burger is one of the main leaders of PV manufacturers for the industrialized HJT in solar cell production.
According to CSEM, CSEM’s facade built with new solar panels developed and manufactured entirely in Switzerland, the new south facade of the building located at Rue de la Maladière 83 is the result of the decisive support received from several of CSEM’s partners committed to renewable energies. Besides the technological and energy benefits, the construction stands out because of its architectural integration. The photovoltaic screen – semi-transparent to lend it an airy and elegant look – was designed by the Neuchâtel-based architectures GD Architects, jointly with CSEM’s PV-center, which selected the technologies used.
The photovoltaic modules used are composed of high-efficiency bifacial solar cells, also known as solar cells based on heterojunction technology (HJT), a forward-looking technology developed entirely in Neuchâtel by EPFL’s PV Lab and CSEM’s PV-center. This advanced technology was transferred to the Meyer Burger Group, which currently produces systems for manufacturing both bifacial cells and bifacial modules, combining heterojunction technologies with solar cell interconnection technology (SmartWire Connection Technology).
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Date: Mar 27, 2019 @ 15:30
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