2010

Glass-Glass Photovoltaic Modules

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Silicon Energy (Arlington, WA) and DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions (Wilmington, DE) have introduced glass-glass polycrystalline silicon (cSi) photovoltaic (PV) power-generating modules made with DuPont™ PV5300 series ionomer-based encapsulant for added module strength and durability. Two 60-mil layers of the encapsulant surround silicon wafers to add high-transmittance tempered glass and increased flexural strength over traditional modules. The encapsulant is also resistant to moisture intrusion.

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