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Panasonic Improves on Output Temperature Coefficient for Solar Cells

Panasonic has achieved an output temperature coefficient of -0.258%/°C2 with its Panasonic HIT® (heterojunction solar cells).

The output temperature coefficient measures decrease in conversion efficiency with increase in temperature. The standard value for the coefficient is -0.50% /°C2 (0.5% decrease in efficiency with 1° rise in temperature).

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Mukesh Sethi, Group Manager, Solar Division, Panasonic Eco-Solutions North America, said “The Panasonic HIT® is proven to offer the very best value to consumers in the residential solar market, and this latest development will be a massive help in locations where extreme heat is a factor for consumers.”


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