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Hyundai Solar

 

 

 

Established in 1972, Hyundai Heavy Industries Group is a Fortune 500 company and one of the most trusted names in the heavy industries sector

 

 

 

  • Head office in Korea with offices in America, Europe, Japan and Australia
  • World No.1 Shipbuilder (Based on output)
  • World No.1 Marine Engine Maker
  • Sales: 23 billion USD (2018Y)
  • Hyundai Energy Solutions is the renewable energy division of Hyundai Heavy Industries Group

Introducing Hyundai’s range of shingled solar modules

 

25 Year product warranty

Hyundai Energy Solutions have a market leading product warranty for our heavy duty solar panels.

Mechanical strength

Tempered glass and reinforced frame design withstand rigorous weather conditions such as heavy snow and strong wind.

Solar panel validation initiative

All of Hyundai’s panels meet the standards for this Australian Government Initiative.

UL/VDE Test labs

Hyundai’s Research and Development Centre is an accredited test laboratory of both UL and VDE global safety certifications.

 

Introducing the 350W mono-crystalline shingled solar module

 

What are shingled solar modules?

Conventional solar modules are made up of a number of solar cells electrically connected using metallic busbars.  The solar cells on conventional solar modules have gaps around them and busbars typically cross over the cells to link them together.  Shingled solar modules have layers of solar cells which touch each other and electrically connected using an electrically conductive adhesive (ECA).  This eliminates the need for metallic busbars.  This method means there is no gaps between the solar cells increasing the surface area of the silicon cells in the solar module.  Plus there are no busbars covering the cells which reduces the light on the solar cells.  This improves the performance of the solar module.

Advantages of shingled solar modules

Better energy harvest

  • Higher power per square metre
  • Less influence from shading

Higher reliability

  • No busbar failure
  • Better mechanical performance

 

 

Honda Dream, the 1996 World Solar Challenge solar car race winner used University of New South Wales (UNSW) shingled PERC cell modules

 

Better energy harvest

Utilises more space in the solar module and exposes more of the solar cells to sunlight delivers more power.  The solar cells are configured in a parallel string assembly which reduces the negative effects of shading compared to traditional solar modules

 

Higher reliability

There are no metallic busbars or soldered joints which eliminates breakage of solder joints and reduces cell cracking due to heat expansion and contraction.  Full cells are cut into 5 small lives reducing the risks of hot spots.  The shingle approach also provides improved mechanical performance.

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Contact

  • Email

  • info@acsolarwarehouse.com

  • Phone

  • Australia: 07 4028 3979

  • New Zealand: 09 222 2262

  • Postal

  • PO Box 408, Cairns

  • Queensland 4870

  • Main office

  • 310 Spence Street, Bungalow

  • Queensland 4870

  • Warehouses

    • Brisbane

    • Hemmant 4174

    • Sydney

    • Riverwood 2210

    • Melbourne

    • Braeside 3195

    • Perth

    • Cannington 6107

    • Adelaide

    • Gillman 5013

    • Cairns

    • Bungalow 4870

    • Auckland

    • New Zealand