Sunday Dec 04, 2022



Boviet Solar brands its solar PV modules, and announces three research projects designed to advance solar technologies.

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Boviet Solar’s monofacial PV modules are now called the Gamma Series™ and the bifacial PV modules are now called the Vega Series™. Previously, the product lines used a series of letters and numbers to identify each module, such as BVM6610M-XXXS-H-HC. The company continues to keep the product code names for internal purposes in addition to the new product brand names. 

These names were chosen because Vega is the brightest star in the Lyra Solar System and Gamma is the second brightest. Vega is also the second-brightest star in the northern hemisphere and the fifth brightest star of all.

“We think Vega and Gamma are the perfect images for our highly efficient mono- monofacial and bifacial PV modules with their industry leading power output. Furthermore, star names make sense because our own Sun is of course a star —a star that makes solar energy possible here on Earth,” said Sienna Cen, President of Boviet Solar USA.

All future Boviet Solar product lines will also be named after stars.

Research & Development

Boviet Solar also announced today three new research and development (R&D) initiatives.

The company’s internal and external R&D activities encompass product power, efficiency, and reliability, as well as advanced PV product technologies such as PERC, half-cut, multi-busbar, and large cell design. Boviet Solar collaborates with USTH University, VNU university and HUST University in Vietnam, and Nanchang University in China, on its R&D activities.

“Adapting and improving upon best-in-class PV technology has been a key driver behind Boviet Solar’s success and is central to our future. Technology is moving from P-type cell to N-type cell, new power classes of modules are now 600+W, and module technologies are moving to N-type Topcon and HJT. We intend to remain at the forefront of researching and developing these technologies to remain a leader in the industry,” said Hui Huang, Director of R&D.

The three initiatives are focused on:

  • N-Topcon battery technology: This technology has significantly higher efficiency, stability and yield rate potential. In addition, the existing PERC production line is compatible with the N-Topcon solar cells production line, so that the cost reduction of N-Topcon and PERC solar cells tends to be the same. This is also considered to be a major advantage of N-Topcon compared to other N-type technologies. Currently, the average efficiency of N-Topcon batteries in industrial production is 24.5% .The ultimate efficiency of N-Topcon cells is about 28.7%, much higher than PERC’s 25% ,which is very close to the theoretical limit efficiency of monocrystalline silicon, 29.43%.
  • 600+W PV Module product development: Using N-TOPCON high-efficiency battery and advanced packaging technology to develop high-power, low-light attenuation, and low-light response N-type 600W modules. In terms of power generation, TOPCon has a stronger single-watt power generation capacity. Due to the advantages of low temperature coefficient, low attenuation, and higher double-sided ratio, TOPCon solar modules of the same power have higher power generation gain.
  • HJT heterojunction high-efficiency battery technology: This technology is still in the research stage. Boviet Solar will conduct testing on the production line in the future. The HJT solar cell production process is the simplest with the least steps, offering considerable room for localization to reduce …….


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