As the industry leaves behind p-type technology, most module manufacturers have either chosen tunnel oxide passivated contact (TOPCon) or heterojunction to jump towards n-type modules, with some opting for back contact (BC) cells to transition towards the new technology.
Solar manufacturer Maxeon Solar Technologies has said that it is issuing a number of patent infringement investigations in the US pertaining to tunnel oxide passivated contact (TOPCon) solar cell technology.
The Australian government’s start of competitive Contracts for Difference (CfD) tenders for dispatchable renewable energy capacity backed with energy storage is an unprecedented step for national energy policy.
Our industry-leading journals – PV Tech Power and Photovoltaics International offer indespencible article and technical papers produced by experts in their field to help educate and inform your business.
PV Tech Power
The solar industry’s leading downstream publication, PV Tech Power addresses all key stakeholder groups accelerating the global large-scale deployment of solar PV and energy storage technologies.
Launched in 2008, Photovoltaics International remains the only independent journal within the PV industry that carries technical papers written by recognised industry experts, highlighting technological innovation and manufacturing excellence.