A testing unit for hetero-junction (HJT) solar cells
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The title Swiss Inno HJT stands for an ambitious pilot project in which four players from Switzerland's solar industry in Hauterive (NE) are developing an industrial production line for a novel type of solar cell for use by the industry. Three companies from the Meyer Burger Group (Roth & Rau Research, Pasan, Meyer Burger Thun) are participating in the project along with the photovoltaic unit of the Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM). HJT technology, which was developed in Neuchâtel, is used to manufacture highly efficient solar modules which have a high energy output even when operating under high temperatures.
Author: Dr. Benedikt Vogel
Publication date: 22.05.2014 ID: 7457
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