LONGi has once again secured the AAA rating in PV Tech’s latest PV ModuleTech Bankability Ratings. This achievement reaffirms LONGi’s enduring excellence in both performance and financial stability.
The PV ModuleTech Bankability Ratings report, released periodically, conducts an in-depth evaluation of manufacturers through comprehensive analysis and benchmarking. It assesses various factors, including the value chain, production capabilities, global module shipment profile, as well as financial aspects like cash flow, debt, valuation, profitability, and turnover.
LONGi places a strong emphasis on customer value and continuous technological innovation. The company holds two cell efficiency records: 33.9% for crystalline silicon-perovskite tandem solar cells and 27.09% for crystalline silicon heterojunction back-contact (HBC) solar cells.
In a move to enhance user experience globally, LONGi has rebranded its distributed products as Hi-MO X6.
This product line, based on high-efficiency HPBC cell technology, boasts a frontal busbar-free design.
The Hi-MO X6 design maximizes incident light utilization, minimizes optical losses, enhances conversion efficiency, and optimizes Levelized Cost of Electricity (LCOE).
The standard HPBC cell version achieves an efficiency breakthrough of 25.5%, while the HPBC+ cell efficiency surpasses 25.8%. With this cutting-edge technology, Hi-MO X6 demonstrates a 6%-10% improvement in power generation performance compared to traditional modules, setting a new benchmark with a maximum module efficiency of 23.3% for the global distributed market.