Hanwha Q CELLS launches "new generation" module at Ecobuild Expo

The new polycrystalline module features cells based on Q.ANTUM technology, which the company says generates higher module power.

According to the company, Q.ANTUM uses dielectric cell back side reflecting light waves which have passed through the cell, thus enabling the use of light energy that may otherwise have been lost. The module’s new "anti-reflection glass boosts power yields to facilitate polycrystalline solar modules with power classes of up to 265 Wp".

In addition to these new technologies, Q CELLS solar modules offer improved low-light and temperature features. At low-light conditions of 200 W/m², the company claims that the polycrystalline module can achieve an energy output of at least 97 percent, delivering maximum yields under cloudy conditions.

The international roll-out of the new multi-crystalline module will take place during the next three months.

Hanwha Q CELLS will also introduce its mounting system for large flat roofs, Q.FLAT-G2, to the U.K. market during the Ecobuild exhibition. Q.FLAT has a bi-directional, east-west orientation and high ground cover ratio.

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