As an answer to the industry’s strive to improve PV module efficiency, FuturaSun adds in its range another N-type solar panel, to which, for the first time, it applies heterojunction technology. The result is a versatile, cutting-edge and high-efficiency product.
This glass-glass bifacial module is based on N-type heterojunction (HJT) bifacial solar cells. Heterojunction technology combines crystalline silicon with a silica-based thin film to absorb more energy and reach higher performance (higher than the PERC modules). In addition, the layers of Transparent Conductive Oxide (TCO) make the cell more uniform, enhancing the module’s aesthetics from both sides.
The series is available in two versions:
– Velvet Pro features 120 or 144 MBB half-cut HJT cells in M6 format suitable for the residential and commercial segment
– Velvet Premium Max features 120 or 132 half-cut HJT cells in G12 format suitable for bigger industrial and utility scale installations