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INTERSOLAR AWARD 2017 Goes To HANWHA Q CELLS

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Hanwha Q CELLS has won the Intersolar Award 2017 in the category Photovoltaics. The jury picked Hanwha Q CELLS´ Q.PEAK RSF L-G4.2 solar module as the most innovative out of ten shortlisted entries and out of 51 applications in total. Receiving the award on behalf of Hanwha Q CELLS, the company´s Global CTO, Ph.D. Daniel JW Jeong, said: "We are very pleased about the decision of the Intersolar Award Jury. Our new steel frame module combines a number of innovations on different levels with our high performance cell technology Q.ANTUM. The improvements in terms of performance, installation cost and LCOE are such that we believe this technology is likely to be setting the next industry standard regarding solar modules for utility scale applications."

Q.PEAK RSF L-G4.2: THE NEXT LEVEL OF UTILITY SCALE SOLAR MODULES

Q.PEAK RSF L - G4.1 is a monocrystalline 72-cell Q.ANTUM solar module ready for a maximum system voltage of 1.500 V and combining the following innovations to reach lowest LCOE:

Q CELLS Reinforced Steel Frame technology

- Framing concept based on innovative steel coated with alloy of zinc-aluminium-magnesium

- 10 times better corrosion resistance compared to galvanised steel

- Self-repairing mechanism for cut edges

Decentralized Q.BOX

- Decentralised junction box with pluggable MC4-connectors in upper corners of the module

- Cable length can be customized to fit perfectly to any installation

- Lower losses from electrical resistance due to optimised cable length

- Faster and safer installation

Easy Mounting System

- Only small mounting key and self-tapping screw needed to fix modules on mounting structure

- Time to fix modules on a standing mounting structure can be reduced by over 60% compared to standard systems with clamp mounting

- Modules can be mounted without any gap between modules, thus reducing installation size or increasing total system power

- Safes a large amount of mounting materials

Q CELLS proprietary Q.ANTUM cell technology

- Rear side passivated monocrystalline solar cells for power classes up to 375 Wp

- Strongest standard 72 cell module on the market

- High power density leads to low BoS costs

- Q CELLS Yield Security: Anti LeTID, Anti LID, Anti PID, Hot-Spot Protect, Tra.Q

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