The TaiyangNews Webinar to conclude with an insightful Panel Discussion; JA Solar’s Fengxian Base rolls out DeepBlue3.0 Light high-efficiency modules; Sungrow makes formal debut of SG350HX and 1+X Modular Inverter in Korea; China solar power generation increases by 16.8% in March
Panel Discussion at TaiyangNews Solar Supply-Demand Webinar: The TaiyangNews Webinar titled: European Solar Developments 2022 – How to Manage Gigantic Interest for Solar Power? will conclude with a Panel Discussion. The participants in the Discussion will be Pietro Radoia, Senior Analyst, BloombergNEF; Arda Kristaporyan, Head of Sales Central Europe and Turkey, JinkoSolar Europe; and Stefan Muller, COO Enerparc; and will be moderated by Michael Schmela, Managing Director TaiyangNews. The Webinar will take place on 21 April 2022, from 10:00 to 11.30 (CEST). Do join us. For free registration, click here.
JA Technology DeepBlue3.0 module project begins production: Solar PV panel manufacturer JA Solar’s Fengxian Base has begun production. It recently started rolling out the DeepBlue3.0 Light high-efficiency modules. The Fengxian Industrial Comprehensive Development Zone, which had to overcome unfavourable circumstances due to Covid, had recently resumed work. In 2021, JA Solar launched a new module in its DeepBlue 3.0 series calling it DeepBlue 3.0 Pro (see DeepBlue 3.0 Pro New Module Launched By JA Solar)
Sungrow at Green Energy Expo: Chinese solar PV inverter supplier Sungrow made a formal debut of its SG350HX and 1+X Modular Inverter in Korea. It was showcasing its latest product portfolio at the Green Energy Expo in Daegu, South Korea. The company also announced that its string inverter SG20RT, which has recently gained the KS certificate, will be supplying to upcoming renewable energy projects in Korea. Last month, Sungrow had announced that its India capacity has expanded to 10 GW (see India PV News Snippets)
China solar power generation increases by 16.8% in March: As per National Bureau of Statistics of China, the production of major energy products in industries above designated size increased to varying degrees in the month of March. Compared with January-February, the growth rate of raw coal production accelerated, crude oil and natural gas production remained stable, electricity production was basically stable, and hydropower, wind power, and solar power generation grew rapidly. In March, the solar power generation increased by 16.8%, 10.3% faster than that in January-February, the report added.