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FuturaSun brings European n-type mono IBC ‘ZEBRA’ panel technology to market

About this webinar

Italian headquartered FuturaSun has launched its ‘ZEBRA’ Series n-type monocrystalline IBC (Interdigitated Back Contact) solar panel series for residential PV markets across Europe.

Based on European developed cell technology from the International Solar Energy Research Center (ISC) in Konstanz, the IBC ZEBRA panels provide a new level of performance and reliability at a competitive cost that the European PV installation community has long been waiting for.

The ZEBRA back-contact technology is one of the most interesting/promising developments, in particular for the rooftop market which demands perfection in aesthetic design, best energy performance and lowest requirement for maintenance.

This PV Tech TechTalk Product Series webinar is designed to help gain insight into the high-end characteristics of the ZEBRA series, which directly translate into superior performance and reliability with the required warranty assurances, unlike some other solar panels that can suffer from PID, LID and LeTID phenomena.

In this TechTalk Product Series webinar you will gain detailed insights including:

  • Understanding of the major benefits of ZEBRA technology for the residential and C&I markets across Europe
  • Insight into why ZEBRA panels are immune from PID, LID and LeTID, offering compelling performance and reliability






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  • Guest speaker
    Alessandro Barin CEO @ FuturaSun

    Alessandro divides his time between China and Italy, his home country, where the FuturaSun headquarters are located. He founded the company in 2008 and FuturaSun is now one of the fastest growing PV companies in Europe.

  • Guest speaker
    Lisa Hirvonen Sales Engineer @ FuturaSun

    Lisa’s long-term involvement with PV began at her father’s module factory in Sweden. In 2003 she moved to Italy, where she has occupied various management roles across manufacturing of equipment, cells and modules.

  • Team member
    Mark Osborne Senior News Editor @ PV Tech

    Mark Osborne has three decades of experience in covering both the semiconductor and photovoltaics manufacturing industries. In his current roles as senior news editor for PV Tech and sister technical journal, Photovoltaics International.

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