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Reliability and durability of heterojunction modules

About this event

As the n-type technology landscape undergoes a significant transformation within the solar industry, heterojunction (HJT) technology stands out by showcasing remarkable advancements in the last couple of years. Recent data projections indicate that over 60GW of HJT production capacity will be operational by 2024. With improved efficiency, consistent power generation performance, and heightened reliability, HJT modules are increasingly catching the attention of Chinese state-owned enterprises, international investors and project developers, fuelling anticipation for a surge in global demand for HJT modules.

Heterojunction modules have been in use since 1997. This webinar will explore the factors that most affect the performance of modules made with HJT cells over time and which mitigation measures can be taken to increase lifetime and yield.

Join this webinar to learn more about:

  • Degradation and failure mechanisms for HJT cells and modules
  • Mechanical load and cracks – HJT specificities
  • Degradation of passivation through UV irradiance – mitigation
  • Degradation through water vapour ingress – mitigation


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  • Team member
    Ben Willis Editor in chief @ Solar Media

    Leads Solar Media's editorial team, covering PV technology, international and domestic solar markets, and the burgeoning energy storage industry.

  • Guest speaker
    Christian Comes Head of Business Development Europe @ Huasun Energy

    Christian Comes has worked in PV since 2005, including over 12 years of experience with Heterojunction, in different technical and commercial roles.

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