Australia, Renewables, Solar

Forging a clean future

Founded in 2006 by Zou Chenghui, Akcome Holding Group is a leading energy efficient intelligent manufacturing integrated service provider.

For 17 years in the new energy industry, Akcome has actively created a dual-wheel driven business development model with the core of new energy manufacturing and new energy service.

As a result, it has been able to provide new energy manufacturing business with high-efficiency cell and module manufacturing as the core.

With the support of mounting systems and solar frame manufacturing, the company has built a one-stop service of new energy power generation.

The new energy power generation covers the whole life cycle including investment consultation, design and development, EPC construction, operation and maintenance, and energy sales.

Akcome Optronics, a subsidiary of Akcome Technology, has been complying with the development trend of the new energy industry for the past 13 years.

Guided by “creating and leading efficiency new energy” the company adheres to the development of N-type cells and modules.

Akcome Optronics has been fully aware of the future direction of the industry, constantly improving the production capacity of solar cells and modules and holding the determination to deeply cultivate the photovoltaic industry, along with the technological development and change of the photovoltaic industry.

High-quality and efficient photovoltaic products and convenient and perfect supporting services are used to assist the development of the photovoltaic industry to achieve the goal of peak carbon dioxide emissions and carbon neutrality.

Part of Akcome Optronics’ high-efficiency HJT Solar Modules, the core advantaged include low degradation, non-destructive cutting, low temperature welding, no PID, low temperature coefficient and backside generation gain. 

Akcome HJT Modules adopt a non-destructive cutting process to ensure a smooth cutting surface of the cell, without the thermal-affected area, andno loss of current.

In addition, the modules also adopt the production technology of low-temperature ribbon and low-temperature flux, granting reliability and high-performance.

Compared to other types of solar modules, HJT modules have a lower temperature coefficient and a more stable power generation performance in high temperature environments.  As a result, Akcome has guaranteed a power generation rate of no less than 93 per cent in 25 years.

The front and back sides of the Akcome HJT Modules are encapsulated by TCO conductive film. Under high voltage and bias conditions, an insulating layer isn’t able to form and PID is then avoided.

When looking at the back radiation gain, it depends on the reflectivity of the ground surface and the installation mode of the module.

The HJT module benefits from higher bifacial power generation coefficient, meaning the larger the radiation received by the back surface, the higher the power generation gain.

Building off the Akcome’s foundations of being at the forefront of new energy, Akcome Energy Research Institute was established in 2013, and has always been deeply engaged in the research, development, incubation, and application of key technologies of smart energy.

The research team is composed of advanced individuals who have master’s degrees, and eight to 10 years of photovoltaic frontier experience.

Over the past 10 years, the institute has taken a more down-to-earth approach, and accumulated more than 300 technology and invention patents.

More than 100 patents have been applied for in cell-related fields such as HJT. In 2022, the research and development investment exceeded 70 million yuan. It has become the backbone force for technica transformation and strategic upgrading of Akcome.

By providing high-quality, efficient solar products and service, Akcome aims to continue contributing to the growth of the photovoltaic industry to help achieve the goal of carbon peak and carbon neutrality.

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