PVTIME - Jinneng Clean Energy Technology Ltd. (Jinergy) announced that its latest HJT module has received KS certification. The acquisition of KS certification indicates that product quality has been recognized and Jinergy's latest HJT modules have been officially launched into Korean market. Currently, Jinergy is providing HJT and previously certified monocrystalline and polycrystalline modules to the Korean market, offering an extensive product portfolio for Korean customers.
KS Certification is a national certification system that strictly audits an enterprise's ability to consistently and stably produce products whose levels are superior to Korean Industrial Standards (KS) so that they can be labeled with KS mark.
With its distinctive advantages such as fewer and simpler processes, no LID/PID, low temperature coefficient, HJT is the most promising technology to effectively bring down LCOE of PV power generation. The latest HJT module Jinergy offers deploys M6 wafers, MBB, and half-cut technology. According to Jinergy, the average HJT cell efficiency has reached 24%. Due to its bifacial design, power generation of Jinergy's HJT modules can be increased by 10% to 35% in different applications, such as grassland, concrete floor, snowfield, and reflective cloth. The modules are compatible with mainstream containers and trackers, making them easy to transfer and install. Moreover, electrical parameters of the modules are compatible with mainstream central and string inverters, avoiding additional costs at the system end.
In Q3 2020, a 5MW ground-mount solar power station in Chungnam, South Korea, using Jinergy bifacial monocrystalline modules, successfully connected to the grid. Currently, Jinergy is constantly supplying high-quality solar modules to Korea, including both HJT and bifacial monocrystalline modules.
"We feel honored to be recognized by Korean customers," said Dr. Liyou Yang, general manager of Jinergy, "we will continue to enhance R&D capability and provide reliable and high-quality products in the Korean market."