The Swiss technology group wants to officially present its heterojunction modules, which are produced in Freiberg, Germany, at the end of April. Meyer Burger concluded its first official sales partnership in Switzerland, with Solarmarkt. PV Magazine. This announcement was made back in mid April 2021.
Meyer Burger is planning to launch solar PV roof tiles by October 2021 in Europe and deliveries could positively start from the second half of 2022. For this purpose the Swiss group has acquired an integrated solar roof system solution from an unidentified German engineering service provider.
What are HeteroJunction technology solar panels?
HeteroJunction technology (HJT) is currently leading the solar industry charts to increase power output and efficiency to greater levels. HJT integrates the top qualities of crystalline silicon amorphous silicon thin film to produce a high power hybrid cell that generates more power than most commonly used PERC panels.
Coming back to solar PV roof tiles, Meyer Burger is targeting private roof installations, homes with limited roof loads, properties under renovation, installations for new build or replacement roofing, historic preservation areas and installations with particular desirable requirements. This is a very potential rooftop photovoltaic solution for many situations and also it is a satisfactory solution for the customers.
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