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Artes has signed a cooperation agreement with the University of New South Wales to develop advanced hydrogen passivation technology. Professor Zhang Ziwen from the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering at the University of New South Wales said, "Artus said that they rarely carry out this type of cooperation, so this is a milestone for them." Professor Zhang continued, "cooperating Advanced hydrogen passivation technology solves the problem of light decay in single crystal and polycrystalline solar cells. Our University of New South Wales has its own line of in-line equipment for hydrogen passivation on monocrystalline silicon solar cells. We are currently working on the development of polysilicon solar cell hydrogen passivation line equipment."

Next month, Dr. Yan will send an advanced research and development team from Artes to the University of New South Wales, which will be the first step in the transfer of advanced hydrogen passivation technology to the Artes line. Professor Zhang said: "As a key player in the field of polycrystalline silicon cells and a first-line PV company listed on NASDAQ, Artes will definitely maximize the benefits from this cooperation."
The advanced hydrogen passivation technology developed by the University of New South Wales eliminates the power attenuation of silicon solar modules during their 30-year lifetime. This loss is a direct result of the combined reaction of various elements in a solar cell when exposed to sunlight. "By processing solar cells during the manufacturing process, the solar cells we manufacture do not experience these harmful reactions, resulting in a significant increase in the total power generation of the components throughout their life cycle," Professor Zhang added.