DAS Solar and Rope Technology to focus on building offshore floating PV mooring and anchoring system; Share Power to invest RMB 10 bn in Shangyou TOPCon facility; Tsingfeng Holdings to build 5 GW aluminum panel frame production facility.
DAS Solar & Rope Technology partner for floating PV mooring and anchoring system: Through a WeChat communication, Chinese solar PV cell and module manufacturer DAS Solar said that it has partnered with Rope Technology, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ropenet Cordage Group, which is into ropes, net, twine, and webbing. Basis this partnership, both the companies plan to jointly build an offshore floating photovoltaic mooring and anchoring system. They will indulge in research and technological breakthroughs for offshore floating photovoltaic mooring anchorage systems, and will jointly formulate the standards, in turn improving the safety and reliability of offshore floating photovoltaic power plants.
Share Power to invest RMB 10 bn in Shangyou TOPCon facility: National high-tech enterprise Share Power, in a WeChat communication said that it has signed a contract with Shangyu County for a TOPCon high-efficiency cell and module facility. With an investment of RMB 10 billion, the facility will produce 10 GW TOPCon cells and 5 GW modules. Once the facility reaches full capacity, it is estimated that the annual operating income will touch RMB 15 billion ($2.1 billion).
Tsingfeng Holdings to build 5 GW aluminum alloy frames for PV modules in Huangzhai: Mechanical equipment leasing company, Tsingfeng Holdings, said via WeChat that it has signed a deal with the Government of Huangzhai Town to build a facility with an annual output of 5 GW aluminum alloy photovoltaic module frame brackets and 1.1 million sets of electric vehicle frames. The investment is expected to be RMB 1.03 billion ($0.15 billion). Once the facility is put into production, the annual sales is expected to be RMB 1.5 billion ($0.22 billion).