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Trina Solar’s 210 Vertex Modules Upgraded & More From TaiyangNews, Linyang, NSU

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Trina Solar 210 Vertex module gets upgraded to provide enhanced product experience and return on investments to distributed household rooftops, and industrial and commercial segments. (Photo Credit: Trina Solar)

Trina Solar upgraded 210 Vertex modules to provide excellent product experience; TaiyangNews webinar to discuss European solar market; Linyang to transfer 100% equity of its 5 subsidiaries; NSU to invest in various PV projects; Silicon material price up to RMB 255,000/ ton.

Trina Solar’s 210 Vertex modules with higher power: Trina Solar’s 210 Vertex module has been innovated and upgraded again, the Chinese solar module manufacturer said on its official website. The power of the next-generation Vertex module has been increased by 30 W, and it is the first to be applied in globally distributed scenarios. The power of the Vertex S has risen to 430 W, and the 550 W Vertex module has been increased to 580 W. This increase, the company emphasizes, is providing excellent product experience and return on investment to distributed household rooftops, industrial and commercial segments and some preferred ground power station customers. In terms of conversion efficiency, the two modules reach up to 21.5%.

TaiyangNews Webinar on European Solar Developments 2022: If anyone is interested to learn the latest on solar supply, demand and prices, then the Webinar TaiyangNews is hosting on 21 April 2022, from 10:00 to 11.30 (CEST) is the place to be. While most solar products come from China, Europe will be the world’s second largest solar market this year, despite high prices and supply chain issues. TaiyangNews has invited speakers from leading consultancies, solar market research firms, and stakeholders in the supply chain – BloombergNEF, JinkoSolar, Gessey, Enerparc – to analyze today’s situation and discuss what to expect in the European solar market in the coming months. For agenda and free registration, click here.

Linyang to transfer 154 MW PV power station: Electricity meter company Linyang Energy announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Anhui Linyang New Energy Technology has signed an equity transfer agreement with Wuhan Luxi New Energy. As per the agreement, Anhui Linyang intends to transfer 100% of five solar project subsidiaries – Suzhou Jinyang, Suzhou Jinyao, Xiaoxian Huayao, Xiaoxian Huafeng and Xiaoxian Yusheng – to Wuhan Luxi, with a total installed capacity of 154 MW. The equity transfer amount is about RMB 365 million ($57.29 million).

NSU to invest in PV projects: New Sea Union Technology Group Limited (NSU) said that the company has signed an investment agreement with the Hangjin Banner People’s Government and the China Power Corporation to develop photovoltaic energy projects. With this, NSU and China Power Corporation will invest in the construction of a 1 GW of solar cell project, 1 GW solar module project, 2 GW wind power, and a 1 GW photovoltaic power generation and supporting energy storage projects in Hangjinqi. All projects together are expected to have an investment of about RMB 20.8 billion ($3.26 billion), and will be completed in 5 years.

Silicon material price up to RMB 255,000/ ton: This week, the price range of China’s monocrystal re-feeding material is pegged at RMB 249,000 to 255,000/ton ($39080 to $40021/ton), the China Silicon Industry website said. The average transaction price has risen to RMB 251,500 RMB/ton ($39473/ton), a week-on-week increase of 0.32%, and the average transaction price has risen to RMB 249,100/ton ($39096/ton), a week-on-week increase of 0.28%. China’s polysilicon prices have continued to rise slightly this week due to the continued increase in the price of polysilicon. At the upcoming TaiyangNews webinar (see above), Chinese market research firm Gessey will provide the latest update silicon to module price developments.

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