Anhui Huasun Energy Co., Ltd.
Anhui Huasun Energy Co., Ltd.

The 6th International Silicon Heterojunction Workshop will Convene in China’s City of HJT on Oct.31-Nov.1


Heterojunction (HJT) solar has entered a fresh new stage of development with the continuous expansion of production capacity, boosted higher cell efficiency and reduced manufacturing costs to a new low. Technological advancements have played a crucial role in achieving HJT industrialization of high-quality.


The International Workshop on Silicon Heterojunction Solar Cells (known as "the HJT Workshop") is considered the world's first and most esteemed symposium on HJT technology. It has been held consecutively for five years. Top HJT professionals worldwide are invited to deliver speeches and deliberate on the newest technological advancements and industrial production topics, which significantly affects the progress of heterojunction technology.


This year, from October 31st to November 1st, the 6th HJT Workshop will be held in Xuancheng, Anhui Province, the City of HJT in China. Anhui Huasun Energy Co., Ltd., the world’s leading supplier of vertically integrated HJT products and solutions, will jointly host the event with Yangtze Institute for Solar Technology (YIST), Shanghai Institute of Microsystem & Information Technology Chinese Academy of Sciences (SIMIT), and Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH.


During the two-day seminar, leading figures of solar energy, HJT experts and researchers across the globe will gather to share and exchange insights on the current state and prospects of HJT technology. Some of the distinguished speakers include:


  • Martin Green, renowned "Father of Photovoltaics"

  • Dr. Mikio Taguchi, pioneer of HJT technology

  • Dr. Xixiang Xu, world record holder for HJT efficiency from LONGi

  • Professor Stefaan De Wolf, world efficiency record holder of perovskite heterojunction solar cells

  • Dr. Guoqiang Xing, CTO of Tongwei


The event will be livestreamed online by the media partners, Solarbe Global and TaiyangNews. Please stay tuned!


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