BIPRO BIFACIAL - TD6I60M 9BB

Bifacial Module 120 cells

Monocristallin Bifacial Module 120 cells

TALESUN BIFACIAL TD6I60M

Bifacial dual glass 9BB half-cut mono perc
– PERC Technology
360 – 380W
– Modules 
Dimensions : 1755*1038*30mm (69.09*40.87*1.18inches)
– Excellent performance Anti-PID

BIPRO BIFACIAL - TD6I72M 9BB

Bifacial Module 144 cells

Monocristallin Bifacial Module 144 cells

TALESUN PANNEAU BIFACIAL TD6I72M

Bifacial dual glass 9BB half-cut mono perc
– PERC Technology
435 – 455W
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Modules Dimensions : 2094*1038*30mm (82.44*40.87*1.18inches)
– Excellent performance Anti-PID

BIPRO BIFACIAL - TD7G72M 10BB

Module Bifacial 144 cells

Monocristallin Bifacial Module 144 cells

TALESUN PANNEAU BIFACIAL TD7G72M

Bifacial dual glass 10BB half-cut mono perc
– PERC Technology 
530 – 550W
– Dimensions Modules: 2285*1134*35mm (89.96*44.65*1.38inches)
– Excellent performance Anti-PID

BIPRO BIFACIAL - TD7G78M 10BB

Module Bifacial 156 cells

Monocristallin Bifacial Module  156 cells

TALESUN PANNEAU BIFACIAL TD7G78M

Bifacial dual glass 10BB half-cut mono perc
– PERC Technology
570 – 590W
Dimensions Modules: 2471*1134*35mm (97.28*44.65*1.38inches)
– Excellent performance Anti-PID

Projects

Our modules in action

Roofing in Slovenia – Monocrystalline TP660M

This 165kW project was mounted on a roof covering and consists of TALESUN TP660M monocrystalline modules.
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7MW of monocrystalline modules in Switzerland

This creation consists of 26,000 TALESUN TP660M Feather monocrystalline panels of 275 Wp, chosen for their lightness and their performance.
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A solar powered supermarket

This German shopping center installed this ecological 2.2 MVW photovoltaic system on its commercial roof located in Nordhorn in Germany.
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Bifacial solar panels, as the name suggests, have two sides of solar cells. These two sides of cells have the potential to produce more electricity in less space, which means that the efficiency of these solar panels could surpass other photovoltaic technologies.

Since these solar panels have less space, buildings with limited space can install larger systems. A more robust solar panel would increase the solar offset, which would decrease the electricity bill.

To better understand whether bifacial modules make sense for solar power, examine how bifacial solar modules work. Bifacial solar panels have solar cells on both sides of the solar panel. These cells generally use monocrystalline technology.

The glass covers the top and back of the module with an anti-reflective coating. Metal framing is often not used on bifacial solar panels. Instead, the glass sides adhere to each other and secure into a single shelving system.

The cells at the top of the solar panel capture direct sunlight while the cells at the bottom capture reflected light. In order for these solar panels to perform at their best, they need a reflective surface under them. This involves lighter colored roofs, a ground support, solar shelving or a solar panel awning.

The technology of bifacial solar panels is quite old.
Indeed, bifacial modules have been around since the 1960s, but it is the development of PERC technology that has considerably optimized their efficiency and allowed them to become the highly prized product on the solar photovoltaic market.

Certainly the investment in the installation of the bifacial, obtaining direct current, and the location of the site and its adapted configuration can conceive of more difficult constraints for a photovoltaic installation of bifacial modules in comparison with the design of a power plant. with monofacial modules. These constraints can represent a real obstacle for investors.

However, there is no doubt that the bifacial modules will provide a much higher electricity production.

Results and studies have shown that bifacial modules can produce between 10 and 20% more power compared to monofacial panels. If conditions are optimized and single axis trackers are adopted, the additional power can reach 30-40%.

Bifacial installations have grown rapidly over the past five years, from just 97 MW of global installed capacity in 2016 to nearly 6 GW in 2019.

This growth continues and according to studies from Wood Mackenzie Consultancy, bifacial modules will represent 17% of the global solar panel market in 2024.

We offer our high-performance monocrystalline bifacial modules in 60, 72 and 78 cells, perfectly suited for your photovoltaic projects and installations on the ground for even more power. With increased efficiency offering a production gain of 25 to 40%, our bifacial modules are intended to be fixed on a structure placed in height, swiveling or not.
All our modules have a 12-year product warranty. Check them out all below.

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