Shingle solar cells are solar cells which are cut into typically 5 or 6 strips. These strips can be overlaid, like shingles on a roof, to form the electrical connections. The strips of solar cells are joined together using an electrically conductive adhesive (ECA) that allows for conductivity and flexibility. Intercell gaps are removed, and more silicon cells can be crammed into one module, increasing power output and module efficiency.
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