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  • Solar Cell Efficienty: N type solar cells
    Solar Cell Efficienty: N type solar cells
    • Jun 6 ,2022

        When it comes to material for making solar cells, silicon is the most bodacious of all the elements.  Its market share is an excellent circa 97%1.  If you want solar PV, there is next to no choice other than silicon.  However, there is more than one type of silicon cell, which is fortunate for people who enjoy faffing about when deciding what to buy.     Many people are aware silicon solar comes in a choice of two non-delicious flavours — monosilicon and polysilicon.  Or monocrystalline silicon and polycrystalline silicon for people who totally have the time to pronounce the extra syllables.  Monosilicon cells are more efficient, but polysilicon is cheaper.  The battle between photonic and economic efficiency has roughly split world production between the two.     But there is another choice very few people are aware they are making, but it occurs when they select high end, high efficiency, solar panels that use N-type solar cells over panels that use the much more common, but lower efficiency, P-type solar cells. If you are wondering what the differences between P-type and N-type solar cells are, that’s a really most excellent occurrence, because that’s what this article is all about.     A conventional crystalline silicon (c-Si) solar cell is a silicon wafer doped with various chemicals to encourage power production. The main difference between p-type and n-type solar cells is the number of electrons. A p-type cell usually dopes its silicon wafer with boron, which has one less electron than silicon (making the cell positively charged). An n-type cell is doped with phosphorus, which has one more electron than silicon (making the cell negatively charged).     On June, FutureSolar Group launches it's newest N-type solar module which reaches to a 24.13% efficiency.

  • New generation of 500 watt panels
    New generation of 500 watt panels
    • Dec 1 ,2020

    The FUTURESOLAR panels use the came 210 mm silicon wafers, what this results in is a 500W module that comes in just slightly larger than 72-cell designs with 156.75 mm wafers. For applications where you have a lot of area, particularly commercial and especially utility-scale, it’s really significant. You could just use fewer modules, it reduces handling costs and overall balance-of-system costs go down. If there are less modules needed to reach the capacity specifications of a project, that means overall project costs will go down as these modules become economically viable. A significant area that will see cost reduction will come from the racking and trackers. “It’s going to drive down the cost of racks and trackers per watt,” said Nicholas, head of technology at FUTURESOLAR, an U.S branded solar panels manufacturer. What can you do with higher watt FUTURESOLAR  panels? Higher wattage panels open up a lot of possibilities. If you are space-constrained on your roof, installing more efficient and powerful solar panels can help you come closer to offsetting your electricity usage with your solar installation.

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