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In a photovoltaic module, a hot spot describes an over-proportional heating of a single solar cell or a cell part compared to the surrounding cells.

Hot spots can originate, if one solar cell, or just a part of it, produces less carrier compared to the other cells connected in series.

Quick detection is possible with an infrared camera, performing thermography imaging. A hot spot can also lead to browning in the glass plane of the PV module if it is present for a long time. Thus, the hot spot can become visible to the human eye.

Panel with hotspots
Solar panels with no hotspots

Solar Energy is a long-term investment so it is key for us to bring continued yearly savings as promised. As such, using Eurener’s new manufacturing technologies, we can guarantee our clients that no Hotspots will develop throughout the panel’s lifespan so that you can enjoy the benefits of renewable energy for years to come

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No hot spots

Lower internal current


Over 20% efficiency

Long durability

Continuous performance

Eurener panel warranties