28 September 2012
Posted in News - Industry News
The company's news release
Within the Company's Cypress series, its 6-inch full square monocrystalline solar modules and 6-inch standard monocrystalline modules now generate a power output of 280W and 270W, respectively, while its 6-inch multicrystalline solar modules now produce a power output of 260W. Each of the three Cypress series modules produces a power output between 5W and 10W above the industry average.
In addition to superior photoelectric conversion efficiency, Cypress series cells also feature excellent solder ability and lower encapsulation power loss resulting from high-voltage, low-current electrical performance parameters, elaborated current rating, and positive tolerance for cell power compensation.
To date, the Company has shipped over 300MW of its Cypress cells, including over 100MW to external customers.
"We are delighted to have made yet another breakthrough with our Cypress series, as we continue to find innovative ways to service the market demand for high-quality, high-efficiency solar products," said Dr.
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