The three Chinese panel manufacturers found an agreement on module size and mounting hole spacing.
The Tiger Neo panel has a power conversion efficiency of up to 22.1% and a temperature coefficient is -0.30% per Celsius degree.
The panel achieved a power conversion efficiency of 23.5%.
The nation produced 57% more solar cells in the first half of this year than in the same period a year earlier.
Researchers developed a smart solar window tech based on a photovoltachromic device that is able to achieve a high pristine transmittance and to be self-adaptable to control indoor brightness and temperature.
The design uses metal brackets as mounting structures, conventional solar panels, and a grooved glass plate placed between the solar panels. System costs would be around $847/kW.
Researchers have been keen to make the technology work as it offers a cheaper, more environmentally friendly alternative to lithium-ion products.
The achievement was confirmed by the Institute for Solar Energy Research and is claimed as a world record for a p-type TOPCon cells.
Preliminary results for a handful of companies suggest that commodity price rises are having an impact on earnings.