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Huasun Secures HJT Module Bid From CGDG & More From TrinaTracker, JA Solar, JinkoSolar, DAS Solar, NEA

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Huasun Energy has won a bid to supply HJT solar modules to China Green Development Investment Group Co., Ltd. (Photo Credit: Huasun Energy)

Huasun wins CGDG HJT module bid; Trina’s Vanguard 1P trackers for 520 MW Brazil project; JA Solar & UNSW to set up Solar Collaboration Lab; JinkoSolar’s Tiger Neo gets UL 2000V certification; DAS Solar modules UL 61215 & 61730 certified; NEA’s plans for wind & solar energy.

Huasun wins CGDG’s 2024 HJT module bid: Huasun Energy has announced that it has won a bid to supply heterojunction (HJT) solar modules to China Green Development Investment Group Co., Ltd. CGDG’s module bid was divided into 4 packages. Package 1 was in relation to n-type modules of 570W and above; Package 2 was for p-type modules of 540W to 585W; Package 3 dealt with p-type modules of over 585W; and Package 4 was for heterojunction (HJT) modules. Huasun was announced as the winner of HJT module bid for 2024 under Package 4. The other 2 winners under this category were Grand Sunergy and Risen Energy.

Huasun Energy recently announced that it has received the inaugural IEC TS 62994:2019 certification from TÜV SÜD (see China Solar PV News Snippets).

TrinaTracker supplies Vanguard 1P to 520 MW Brazil project: TrinaTracker has announced that its Vanguard 1P tracking system has been deployed by one of Brazil’s largest solar projects. The 520 MW Santa Luzia Complex project utilizes TrinaTracker’s intelligent tracking solution that incorporates the SuperTrack intelligent tracking algorithm. The project, developed by the Rio Alto Group, covers an area of over 1,700 hectares and consists of 9 sub-projects, making it one of TrinaTracker’s largest projects in Latin America. The company began it supplies to the Santa Luzia project in 2023, and it said that it has received more than 1 GW of orders for Vanguard 1P from the Latin American region.

Earlier this year, TrinaTracker expanded its Vanguard 1P smart tracking solution with added features and modifications (see TrinaTracker Expands Its Vanguard 1P Tracker Series).

JA Solar and UNSW jointly establish Solar Collaboration Laboratory: JA Solar has signed an agreement with the University of New South Wales (UNSW) to jointly establish the UNSW-JA Solar Collaboration Laboratory in Sydney, Australia. The 2 parties will conduct joint research in the fields of photovoltaic (PV) cell component technology, advanced materials, carbon reduction technology, and others. The company states that this collaboration aims to promote the transformation and industrialization of scientific and technological achievements, and to contribute to the low-carbon and green development of the global new energy industry.

JA Solar recently received approval for its 300 MW green energy power project in Baotou City (see China Solar PV News Snippets).

JinkoSolar Tiger Neo gets UL 2000V certification: JinkoSolar has announced that its Tiger Neo series received has UL61730 certification for 2000 V photovoltaic modules. The module series passed strict safety and performance evaluations conducted by the 3rd party evaluator UL in February this year. With its products securing the certification for a system voltage of 2000 V, JinkoSolar says it is the world’s 1st company to receive the UL 2000V certification. It says further that its 182N Tiger Neo series products have made new designs and considerations in terms of creepage distance, electrical clearance, insulation considerations, etc.

As part of its earnings results announcement for FY2023, JinkoSolar said it aims to ship up to 110 GW of modules in 2024 (see 2023 A Strong Operational & Financial Year For JinkoSolar).

DAS Solar’s DAON rectangular modules receive UL 61215 and 61730 certificates: DAS Solar has announced that its new DAON rectangular module based on TOPCon 4.0 has been awarded UL 61215 and 61730 certifications. It received the certifications at The 2nd New Energy Industry Chain Conference 2024 held by UL Solutions in Suzhou. The North American market is said to have instituted higher requirements for the quality and performance of PV modules through these new versions of the UL 61215 and 61730 international standards. The company says that these certifications aid the release of its modules in the US market.

China aims for solar and wind to generate 17% of total electricity consumption in 2024: China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) has said in a recently released document that it aims to increase the proportion of non-fossil energy to around 55% by 2024. It aims for wind and solar power generation to account for over 17% of the country’s total electricity output. It also aims for stable growth in natural gas consumption and for the proportion of non-fossil energy in total energy consumption to reach around 18.9%. It also outlines plans to steadily promote the construction of large-scale wind and solar power bases, accelerate the development of distributed wind power and distributed photovoltaic power generation, and conduct pilot surveys of wind and solar power resources nationwide.

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