The most efficient solar panel list of March 2021 has three new entries and several changes in rankings of the most-efficient list as compared to the February list. These new entries have taken the previous positions of their competitors with higher power output and efficiency.
The first entry is related to Silfab Solar’s Elite series, with 21.4% and 380 W power output; it is placed in the Sixth rank of the most efficient solar panel list of March 2021. The other entry is the Ultra X model of Suntech. This model of Suntech is the main competitor of Trina Solar’s Vertex model and Canadian Solar’s HiKu 7 model with 21.2% efficiency and 600 W power output. Ultra X model stood in the highest rank, the eighth rank, among these three rivals.
The latest entry is associated with the solar division of the well-known Hyundai heavy industry. Hyundai’s HiE-S480VI designed based on one of the high-efficiency solar cell configurations, shingle solar cells. In this technology, there is no cell-spacing due to connecting solar cells to each other by an electrically conductive adhesive. This PV module model placed in the latest, 20th rank, of our most efficient solar panel list of March 2021.
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|
|SIL-380 BK||n-type||Back Contact||21.4%||213.8 W/m2||380 W|
|NeoN R||n-type||IBC||21.4%||188.7 W/m2||370 W|
|Ultera X||n-type||Half cell MBB||21.2 %||212 W/m2||600 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|
|HiE-S480VI||n-type||ShinglePERC||20.5%||205 W/m2||480 W|
This month’s list of most efficient solar panels contained brands such as SunPower, LG, REC Group, Canadian Solar, Trina Solar, JA Solar, Silfab Solar, Suntech, LONGi Solar, Jinko Solar, Jolywood, Phono Solar and last but not least Hyundai.
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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