Three new PV modules from Hanwha
By Robin Whitlock on May 22, 2012
The HSL48M6 is a 48-cell mono-crystalline module that has a maximum module efficiency of 15.7% with a total output of 210 W. The 60-cell HSL60M6 meanwhile can reach 15.7% efficiency with a total output of 260 W. Both modules feature six-inch mono-crystalline PV cells and offer 1% to 2% higher efficiency than polycrystalline modules according to a company press release.
The mono-like module, HSL72P6, has a maximum efficiency of 15.2% and 300 W output. Although it is a polycrystalline module it has a similar structure to mono-crystalline modules giving an energy efficiency conversion rate that is comparable to many mono-crystalline modules but at a lower price.
Hanwha has stated that its major aim is to be one of the most popular producers of solar panels in Europe.
Published by Robin Whitlock on May 22nd, 2012