The most efficient solar panel list of February 2021 has two new entries and four changes in the most-efficient list. These new entries have taken the previous positions of their competitors with higher power output and efficiency.
The first entry is related to Jinko Solar‘s well-known series, the Tiger Pro with 21.4% and 585 W power output; it is placed in the fifth rank of the most efficient solar panel list of February 2021. The other entry is the Vertex model of Trina Solar. The Vertex PV module with 21.2% and 600 W power output is ranked in the seventh level higher than the Canadian Solar HiKu7 model.
The former entry brought two changes in February’s list as it has reached 600 W power output with lesser solar cells, 120 solar cells in front of 132 cells, places in the higher rank and have pushed down the Canadian Solar’s HiKu7 model.
Please see the full list of January with link to product datasheets here:
|Manufacturer||Model||Cell Type||Technology||Efficiency||Power Density||Power|
|Maxeon A series||n-type||IBC||22.5%||225 W/m2||420 W|
|NeoN R ACe||n-type||MBB||22%||220 W/m2||380 W|
|Alpha||n-type||HJT- Half Cell||21.7%||217.5 W/m2||380 W|
|NeoN R||n-type||IBC||21.7%||191.3 W/m2||375 W|
|Tiger pro||n-type||Half cell MBB||21.4%||–||585 W|
|NeoN R||n-type||IBC||21.4%||188.7 W/m2||370 W|
|Vertex||n-type||Half cell MBB||21.2%||–||600 W|
|HiKu7||n-type||Half Cell||21.2%||212 W/m2||600 W|
|S4||n-type||Half cell MBB||21.1%||–||540 W|
|Vertex||n-type||1/3 cut cells||21.1%||212 W/m2||505 W|
|Deep Blue 3.0||n-type||PERCMBB||21%||214.5 W/m2||545 W|
|Hi-MO 5||P-type||PERC||21%||211.7W/m2||540 W|
|JKM 470N- 7RL3||n-type||Half cell MBB||20.93%||209.8 W/m2||470 W|
|LR4-72 HPH-455||n-type||PERC Half Cell||20.9%||209.9 W/m2||455 W|
|JW-I 60N||n-type||IBC||20.9%||209.1 W/m2||340 W|
|PS 380M4-20/UH||n-type||MonoPERC||20.71||207.6 W/m2||380 W|
|NeoN 2||n-type||MBB||20.6%||206.4 W/m2||355 W|
This month’s list of most efficient solar panels contained brands such as SunPower, LG, REC Group, Canadian Solar, Trina Solar, JA Solar, LONGi Solar, Jinko Solar, Jolywood, and last but not least Phono Solar.
Solar Edition publishes 2 Lists of Top Most Efficient Solar Panels each month. These are published based on the power density factor in the 1st week and 72 cells in the 3rd week of every month. Click here for the complete monthly lists.
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