Solarworld´s Bisun solar module with bifacial extra yield
The white grid structure reflects the light in the area between the cells directly back into the cell, increasing the output of the module. That is how Bisun protect is using an optimum of solar radiation on the module’s surface, maximum power raises to currently 290 watts. Simultaneously, the implemented bifacial mono-PERC-cells use the reflected light on the rear side of the module and generate a significant additional yield.
Furthermore, there is a module variant with clear spaces between the cells, which will be available under the brand name Bisun protect clear with a maximum power of 280 watts. Sunlight can shine through the glass between the cells. Reflections from the subsoil will be turned into a higher electricity yield, too.
Both bifacial modules from Solarworldreplace the monofacial glass-glass module Sunmodule protect. Thus, every glass-glass module from Solarworld offers a bifacial extra benefit. Of course, customers can also use the module Bisun as a long-lasting and particularly durable glass-glass module in pitched roof installations. When used in free-field systems and on flat roofs, customers profit from the additional yield of the rear without further costs. (nhp)
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