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Frequent extreme weather events have focused global attention on the growing risks from climate change and brought greater urgency to the need for decarbonization. This has created huge opportunities for the global new energy industry and a competitive platform for the rapid development of new technologies to meet the decarbonisation challenge and reduce the cost of electricity.
As the global PV industry strives to maintain solar PV’s preeminent position in the new energy paradigm, one key trend is the growing importance of n-type technology, which in 2023 has overtaken p-type to become the market’s dominant cell technology. As one of the industry’s leading suppliers, JA Solar has been at the forefront of the R&D and application of n-type technology. Since 2013 JA Solar has been embarking on developing n-type technology and launched its first n-type product in 2022. This led in early 2023 to the unveiling of the DeepBlue 4.0 Pro, a next-generation module that draws on JA Solar’s decade-long development of n-type technology.
This webinar will explore the advantages of JA Solar’s cutting-edge n-type module, the market’s reaction since its launch and its significance in the ongoing evolution of PV technologies. As the PV industry stands at the transition from p-type to n-type technologies, the discussion will focus on how PV suppliers can continue to push technology forward and, by doing so, ensure solar PV’s leading position in decarbonizing the global energy system.
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Leads Solar Media's editorial team, covering PV technology, international and domestic solar markets, and the burgeoning energy storage industry.
Lida is graduated from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) with a Master's degree, majoring in photovoltaics and solar energy. She is an experienced solar PV product manager with over 10 years of experience working for several of the world's leading solar PV companies.
Holly HU, principal research analyst, from S&P Global Commodity Insight. She is responsible for tracking and analyzing solar policies and markets in Asia, particularly China and Japan, and solar supply chain. Before joining S&P Global, Holly was the manager of the business development department at Trina Solar.
He has experience in energy resource assessment and solar photovoltaic project analysis. His current research focuses on the solar photovoltaic market in Latin America including DG and Utility project.
Solar Media is an international, vibrant media business, headquartered in London and with further offices in the US, China and Greece. With a portfolio that ranges from publishing to e-commerce, and from news provision to event delivery, Solar Media ta...
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