IBC solar cell technology, or Interdigitated Back Contact, is a technology used in making Rear Contact solar cells. With this technology, the solar cells in the panels can achieve a higher efficiency by moving all the front contact grids to the back of the panel. This reduces shading at the front of the cell, which in turn increases efficiency.
HJT stands for heterojunction solar cells. HJT solar cells are a combination of the best qualities of crystalline silicon and amorphous thin silicon film. A HJT solar panel is composed of three layers of photovoltaic material, a combination of the two technologies. By combining these technologies, efficiencies of 25% or more can be achieved.
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