Recently, LONGi Solar, a subsidiary of LONGi Group , received TÜV Rheinland test report on its LR6-60PE-315M monocrystalline module. The report shows that the module based on 60 P-type PERC monocrystalline solar cells (156*156mm) reached power of 316.6W under standard test conditions (STC), setting a new record in the industry.
LONGi Group, the parent company of LONGi Solar, is a technology-centric photovoltaic manufacturing enterprise which invests approximately 5% of its annual revenue in R&D, to building a world-class monocrystalline silicon wafer research and development center. On the basis of parent company R&D facilities, LONGi Solar has set up solar cell research center and module design center in Taizhou, equipped with advanced manufacturing and test equipment, forming top-ranking monocrystalline silicon solar cell and module R&D capability. While developing efficient monocrystalline PERC cells, LONGi Solar has introduced inline LID mitigation technique to effectively control the initial degradation of cell/module power and released Hi-MO1 solar module to win customer recognition. Since its foundation, LONGi Solar has established strategic partnership with internationally renowned enterprises and research institutes, including DuPont, Huawei, 3M, University of New South Wales and Sun Yat-sen University, to continuously improve competitiveness of monocrystalline cell and module products.
“The test result is what we have expected” said Li Wenxue, president of LONGi Solar, “We have always put cost-effective high efficiency monocrystalline products on a core position of R&D. 316.6W is achieved through relentless efforts by our development team, especially our cell R&D team. We are confident that we can make the P-type PERC monocrystalline module to higher power level to better satisfy the demand for efficient products from customers around the world.” At present, LONGi Solar is at leading edge in terms of mass production capacity and conversion efficiency for PERC monocrystalline cells and modules.