NSP Bifacial 2 MW Rooftop System in Taiwan

Taiwanese Solar Module Maker NSP Set To Construct First Rooftop PV System With Its Double-Glas BiFi Modules
06:21 PM (Beijing Time) - 05. July 2017
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Neo Solar Power will use its Glory BiFi series of bifacial solar modules for the first time in a rooftop solar installation in Taiwan (Photo Credit: Neo Solar Power Corporation).

Key Takeaways

  • Neo Solar Power gets ready to construct first rooftop solar system with Glory BiFi modules
  • These series of modules are actually P-tyle Double Glass and Double Side generation modules from Neo Solar Power
  • The rooftop system has a capacity of 2 MW; a total of 6,500 modules will be installed for the same
  • Project agreement was signed with Employment Center of Tainan’s Government; system will be complete by December 2017

Taiwanese solar module maker Neo Solar Power Corporation (NSP) has announced that it will be using its P-type Double Glass and Double Side generation modules for the first time in a rooftop solar system in Taiwan.  

NSP will use 6,500 pieces of what it calls Glory BiFi Series modules for the project. The company claims this series of modules have 10 to 20% higher power generation than conventional solar modules.

The 2 MW Glory BiFi solar system will come up on the roof of the Training and Employment Center of Tainan’s Government in Southern Tainan. An agreement was signed between NSP and Taiwan’s Workforce Development Agency, Ministry of Labor on June 13. NSP plans to complete the project by December 2017.

BiFi or bifacial PV is becoming popular with PV module makers as it is a free ad-on for high-efficiency technology to absorb sunlight also on the backside. The free TaiyangNews ‘Bifacial Solar Module Technology 2017’ report provide an overview on the latest in bifacial solar technology (see TaiyangNews Bifacial Solar Report 2017).


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