BAODING, CHINA: Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd will introduce its new high-efficiency N-type monocrystalline modules under the brand name "Yingli Solar Panda" at this year's Intersolar Trade Shows in Munich from June 9-11 and in San Francisco from July 13-15.
The company expects to start commercialization of this new generation of modules on its 300 MW monocrystalline silicon-based manufacturing lines at its Baoding headquarters in the third quarter of 2010. The modules have earned TUV certificates.
The Yingli Solar Panda Module is based on N-type monocrystalline solar cells, which have been developed through Project PANDA and have an average efficiency higher than 18.5 percent. Compared to traditional modules based on P-type solar cells, the Yingli Solar Panda Module features lower degradation and better performance under high temperatures or low irradiation conditions.
"We are pleased to add this high-quality module to the top line of our product portfolio," said Jingfeng Xiong, Vice President of Technology of Yingli Green Energy.
"In order to meet our customers' demands for highly- performing solar products, we are always concentrating on innovation and breakthroughs in photovoltaic technology. Today's introduction of the Yingli Solar Panda Module illustrates and proves our everlasting passion and dedication to excellence. In addition, we're pleased to have achieved commercial availability of the technology developed through Project PANDA within one year."