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Which solar modules make best-in-class selection for utility-scale PV power plants?

About this event

The PV industry is rapidly transitioning to larger format modules, with power ratings approaching 600Wp. This is being driven by the need to continue reducing the LCOE (Levelized Cost of Electricity) through lowering the cost of installation and BOM (Bill of Material) component count, while accelerating the return on investment of utility scale projects.

Selecting and deploying the correct PERC-based wafer/cell/module format size with innovations at the cell and module level for a given project, while also understanding the impact on and compatibility with PV inverters and tracker systems remains a challenge, especially with bifacial modules.

Join this Talesun Solar webinar, focused on providing an insight into the company’s next-generation series of large-area, high-efficiency PERC (Passivated Emitter Rear Cell) modules. These are available in both monofacial (‘BiStar’) and bifacial (‘BiPro’) formats, using 182mm half-cut cells in 144 and 156 cell configurations, and provide up to 590Wp performance with efficiencies of up to 21.2%.

Key takeaways:

  1. Realise the BOM and LCOE benefits of using 182mm large-area based mono-PERC modules
  2. Understand the key innovations adopted for reliable high-powered modules
  3. Updated analysis on bifacial module deployment

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    Francesco Liuzza European and US Module Support Manager @ TALESUN

    Francesco has over 15 years of experience in the management of large-scale international projects. Today, as Talesun’s technical expert and a service-oriented leader, Francesco is in daily contact with our customers, our R&D and production departments and product managers.

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