• Develops glass-glass bifacial, frameless solar modules using a heterojunction intrinsic thin layer (HIT) solar cell architecture
  • Offers three module sizes: 310 W, 370 W, and 500 W; module efficiency ranges from 16% to 22.2% depending on module size and architecture
  • Received $5 million in fund...

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