JinkoSolar showcased new products in energy storage area at Intersolar Europe 2022; Risen puts into operation its overseas Malaysia production; JinkoSolar signs ESS deal with Memodo GmbH; BeyondSun introduces its BiDriveUltraMax660W series modules at Intersolar Europe 2022.
JinkoSolar displays N-Type Tiger Neo modules at Intersolar Europe 2022: At the Intersolar Europe 2022, Chinese vertically integrated module supplier JinkoSolar showcased a collection of new products in the energy storage area. The company’s booth featured the unveiling of a complete array of n-type Tiger Neo modules, the first-ever appearance to the European audience of its futuristic designed and new technically configured smart ESS energy storage system. With this storage system, JinkoSolar will expand its portfolio of solar plus storage solutions. Another model that made its first appearance at the company’s booth was BIPV modules with an efficiency of up to 21%. Jinko had introduced details on its n-type module during a TaiyangNews Webinar (see The Time Is Ripe For TOPCon Solar Modules).
Risen’s first 210 high-efficiency module in Malaysia produced: The first module production line of Risen Energy’s Malaysia base was put into operation, and the first batch of its large format 210 PERC modules were successfully produced, according to local media repots. Recently, Risen Energy rolled out its 1st HJT solar cell based on G12 format and half wafers of 120μm thickness at its upgraded fab in Changzhou City, Jiangsu Province of China (see Risen Energy Produces G12 HJT Solar Cell)
JinkoSolar signs its first ESS deal with Memodo GmbH: During Intersolar Munich, module supplier JinkoSolar Holding announced that it has signed its first European Energy Storage Solution (ESS) agreement with German wholesaler Memodo GmbH. The Memodo exclusivity agreement for JinkoSolar’s ESS product portfolio will cover the D-A-CH region (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) for 2022 and 2023, respectively. According to JinkoSolar, this includes an all-in-one system, a stackable low-voltage and high-voltage storage system and a single or three-phase hybrid inverter. All power storage devices are installed with lithium iron phosphate batteries and are compatible with well-known inverters.
BeyondSun’s new BiDrive UltraMax 660 W debuts at Intersolar Europe: At the recently concluded 2022 Munich International Solar Technology Fair held in Munich, Chinese PV module manufacturer BeyondSun introduced its BiDriveUltraMax660W series modules. The maximum front power of this new product’s modules can reach 660W, and the module efficiency can reach up to 21.4%. The module product is aimed at the segment of large-scale ground-fixed support power plants and tracking system power stations.