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Features include: * High energy output with no light induced degradation * Better low-light and spectral response, generating electricity earlier in the morning and longer in the evening * Low temperature coefficient, allowing for more electricity generation on hot rooftops The X-Series surpasses the performance of the SunPower E-Series Solar Panels, which placed first, second and third in the 2012 testing conducted by third-party Photon International Magazine for its annual field performance test.
With NSP's technological advance, 'Perfect Cell' offers extremely low light induced degradation with superior output that can easily exceed 250W.
The use of n-type wafers in the third generation ARTisun Star cells completely eliminates Light Induced Degradation (LID) and provides a higher lifetime material, which is consistent with Suniva's objective to be the leader in high-efficiency, low-cost cell manufacturing.
Solarfun" or "the Company") (Nasdaq: SOLF), a vertically integrated manufacturer of silicon ingots and photovoltaic "PV" cells and modules in China, today announced the introduction of "ECLIPSE," a new line of PV cells and modules with reduced light induced degradation (LID).
This is not just because of the high performance and low cost already being achieved by Suntech, but also because of Pluto's future potential for further performance increases, its excellent low light performance, and minimal light induced degradation.