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TaiyangNews will be hosting a special webinar on HJT Technology Updates and Market Opportunities in Europe on January 30, 2024. Scan the QR code to register for free. (Photo Credit: TaiyangNews)

TaiyangNews special webinar on January 30, 2024; 11 JinkoSolar SunGiga systems installed in Zhejiang; Trina Solar Vertex N 700W modules power desert PV + storage project; Canadian Solar’s 1st MW-scale BIPV project grid-connected; QW Solar signs deal with Lei Shing Hong Energy.

TaiyangNews Special Webinar on January 30, 2024: TaiyangNews will be hosting a special webinar on HJT Technology Updates and Market Opportunities in Europe on January 30, 2024.

The Conference will begin with a Welcome Address by Anu Bhambhani, Senior Editor, TaiyangNews. This will be followed by presentations from Christian Comes, Director of Business Development Europe, Huasun Energy; and Peter Bendix, Technical Project Manager, Next2Sun.

The Conference will end with a Panel Discussion, where the Speakers will discuss the topic: Value Additions of HJT for Different Applications.

The webinar will take place from 10:00 to 11:00 CET. For Agenda and Free Registration, please click here: https://taiyangnews.info/hjt-solar-application-trends-in-europe/

11 JinkoSolar SunGiga ESS installed in Zhejiang: JinkoSolar has announced that 11 of its SunGiga liquid cooling C&I energy storage systems (ESS) have been installed in Zhejiang. Zhejiang Jingpeng Zirconium Technology Co., Ltd has installed 5 units of Sungiga ESS at its facility with a capacity of 500 kW/1075 kWh. Zhejiang Lanyu Digital Technology Co., Ltd. has installed 6 units with 600 kW/1290 kWh capacity.

JinkoSolar says the SunGiga ESS helps its customers smoothen peak energy demand by shifting energy demand to the battery during high-demand periods. In addition, it also helps optimize energy use as the battery can be charged during periods when electricity is the cheapest, most abundant, and provided from clean sources such as solar. Once charged during off-peak hours, the battery can be programmed to discharge electricity during peak energy demand periods when power is expensive.

Recently, a notable Chinese local media publication said that JinkoSolar could regain the top spot in the industry for 2023 (see China Solar PV News Snippets).

Trina’s Vertex N 700W modules power PV-energy storage project in desert region: Trina Solar has announced that 30 MW of its Vertex N 700W modules have been used in a recently completed integrated photovoltaic (PV) energy storage project in the desert region of northwest China. The company says that the Vertex N 700W modules have been widely used in various settings for great reliability, especially in rugged conditions.

Once grid-connected, the plant is expected to generate 1.45 billion kWh of power, save 442,000 tons of standard coal as well as 1.206 million tons of CO2, and cut 232 tons of sulfur dioxide and 260 tons of nitrogen oxides.

Trina Storage recently announced that it has been ranked among the global top 5 storage providers and integrators by BloombergNEF (see China Solar PV News Snippets).

Canadian Solar’s 1st MW-scale BIPV project grid-connected: Canadian Solar has announced that its recently completed MW-scale Building Integrated PV (BIPV) project has been grid-connected. The project, located in Xiangcheng District, Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, is the company’s 1st MW-scale project that utilizes over 7,000 sq. m. of rooftop space with a capacity of approximately 1.27 MW.

The BIPV project is expected to generate a cumulative electricity output of 31.23 million kWh over 25 years. This is equivalent to reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 27,000 tons, which is akin to planting 1.489 million trees.

QW Solar signs 150 MW HJT module deal: QW Solar has announced that it has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Lei Shing Hong Energy for the year 2024. As per the agreement, the 2 parties plan to deepen cooperation in the overseas market expansion of QW Solar’s high-efficiency HJT modules. The total annual procurement value for raw materials of QW Solar’s photovoltaic modules by Lei Shing Hong will be about RMB 100 million ($13.98 million). Furthermore, the collaboration aims to facilitate the overseas purchase of 150 MW of QW Solar’s high-efficiency HJT modules through overseas projects. In the field of energy storage, the cooperation will actively promote the sales and promotion of pack battery and energy storage cabinets.

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