LONGi Hi-MO X6 solar modules make debut in Japan

By LONGi
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LONGi has announced that its latest Hi-MO X6 modules, designed specifically for the DG market, have been installed and utilized in the Japanese market for the first time. The installation took place at the premises of recycling company Sanko, in Tsu City, a total of 260 panels, with a combined capacity of 109.2kW, deployed on the rooftop of one of its recycling centres, meeting approximately 43% of the facility’s electricity needs while simultaneously reducing its carbon footprint.

Based on high-efficiency HPBC cell technology, featuring a frontal busbar-free design, the product maximizes utilization of incident light, reduces optical losses, enhances conversion efficiency and consequently optimizes LCOE. The standard version of the HPBC cell has achieved an efficiency breakthrough of 25.5%, while HPBC+ cell efficiency exceeds 25.8%. Equipped with this cutting-edge technology, Hi-MO X6 shows a 6%-10% improvement in power generation performance compared to traditional modules and, with a maximum efficiency of 23.3%, the product sets a new value benchmark for the global distributed market.

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