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N Type TopCon

N-type top-contact (N-TOP) solar cells feature an innovative design where the top surface serves as the negative contact. This unique architecture allows for efficient light absorption and charge carrier collection. With a thinner N-type layer and a transparent conducting oxide (TCO) top electrode, N-TOP solar cells exhibit enhanced light trapping and improved overall device performance. They offer the potential for high efficiency and cost-effectiveness, making them a promising technology for advancing solar energy conversion.

Temperature Co-efficient

The low-temperature coefficient is a desirable characteristic in solar modules that refers to the minimal decrease in power output with decreasing temperature. Solar modules with a low-temperature coefficient offer several advantages. Firstly, they exhibit improved performance in colder climates, where temperatures can negatively impact the efficiency of solar cells. Secondly, they maintain higher power output during hot summer days, preventing significant drops in energy production. This characteristic ensures more consistent and reliable performance, maximizing the energy yield and overall efficiency of the solar system regardless of temperature fluctuations.