Passivated Emitter and Rear Contact (PERC) solar cells are modified conventional cells that enable the cells to produce 6 to 12 percent more energy than conventional solar panels. PERC cells have an extra layer within the back side of the cell. This allows some of the sun’s rays to reflect back into the solar cell, giving them another opportunity to be turned into energy.
Shingled modules have no visible busbars and solar cells are cut into five or six strips and connected with an electrically conductive adhesive. The three key advantages of the shingled solar panel design are to produce more power, improve reliability and are aesthetically pleasing.
MONO PERC Solar cells
Reinforced frame with aluminum angle
35mm Frame with a support surface of 1.2mm thickness