Published September 29, 2022 | Version v1
Poster Open

Stability Analysis on Shingled High-Efficiency BAPV Modules

  • 1. PI Berlin
  • 2. Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA
  • 3. F-ISE


Current BAPV modules are based on p-type PERC solar
cells, have half-cut cells and realized in glass-backsheet designs.
However, the next module generation is already in the starting
blocks. It is characterized by highly efficient solar cells such as ntype
SHJ or TOPCon, shows high cell-to-module (CTM) values to
due shingled module interconnection and has been developed
sustainably in glass-glass design.
Within the EU funded HighLite project such modules were
developed and in this study the prototypes were detailed on their
stability tested. Next to the thermo-mechanical resistance we are
also focused on the LID, LeTID and PID sensitivity of those
modules. The outcome of this investigation is development of
degradation image pattern at the different cell technologies and
the novel shingling of solar cells. Finally, we will close the paper
with a risk analysis.



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HighLite – High-performance low-cost modules with excellent environmental profiles for a competitive EU PV manufacturing industry 857793
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