JinkoSolar to speak at TaiyangNews Solar & Sustainability Conference on 30 March 2023; Shuangliang Eco-Energy gets into a sales deal with Hefei Daheng; Tongwei Solar wins large module orders; Han’s Photovoltaic launches whole-line screen printing equipment.
JinkoSolar at TaiyangNews Solar & Sustainability Conference: Roy Bi, Global Product Solution Manager, JinkoSolar will be speaking at Solar & Sustainability Virtual Conference hosted by TaiyangNews on March 30, 2023. The topic he will be speaking on is: Sustainable Modules Made by World Leading Solar Module Manufacturer. The Conference, which will take place from 9:30 – 13:15 CET, will look at solar & sustainability from different angles – corporate decarbonization strategies, low carbon vertically integrated module manufacturing and CO2 certification, to sustainable product sourcing, module recycling, and repowering of PV plants. Other esteemed solar PV stakeholders like LONGi, RISEN Energy, Baywa, Aquila Capital, TÜV Süd will also be present at the Conference. If you wish to join the Conference, register for free by clicking on this link.
Shuangliang Eco-Energy to sell 7,800 tons of monocrystalline square ingots: China headquartered solar PV production equipment maker Shuangliang Eco-Energy announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Shuangliang Silicon Materials has signed a sales deal with Hefei Daheng Smart Energy Technology. As per the deal, the company will be selling 7,800 tons of monocrystalline square ingots (N10 specifications) to Hefei Daheng Smart Energy Technology from 2023 to 2025. The transaction amount is expected to be roughly about RMB 2.6 billion ( $0.38 billion) (including tax). Meanwhile, last week Shuangliang Eco-Energy had spoken about its upcoming 50 GW monocrystalline silicon facility (see China PV News Snippets)
Tongwei Solar wins large module orders: Integrated solar PV manufacturer from China, Tongwei Solar, has won about 2.3 GW modules bid order, which includes 831.3 MW from China Energy and 1.5 GW from China Resources Power Holdings, local media reports said. Both the companies will use Tongwei’s p-type and n-type modules. The p-type modules use 182mm large-size silicon wafers, whose maximum power is 560 W; and 210mm large-size silicon wafers, whose maximum power is 670W. The n-type modules, meanwhile, adopt Tongwei TNC technology. Meanwhile, the second phase of Tongwei Solar (Yunnan) 200,000-ton high-purity crystalline silicon facility has begun construction (see China PV News Snippets)
Han’s Photovoltaic launches whole-line screen printing equipment: Over a WeChat communication, equipment manufacturer Han Photovoltaic said that it has launched its complete line of screen-printing equipment. Developed independently by the company, the equipment, as the last link in cell production, provides high printing accuracy, fragmentation rate, and binning accuracy. The successful launch of this whole line equipment definitely marks a new breakthrough for Han’s Photovoltaic in the field of screen printing.