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TaiyangNews Intersolar Munich Review & More From Trina, CR Power, Hengdian

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TaiyangNews will be hosting its first Intersolar Munich Review Virtual Conference from May 24-25 2022. The focus of this event is to reflect about the learnings form Intersolar Europe and to discuss the latest product innovations of Tier 1 companies. Scan the QR code in the picture above for #FreeRegistration. (Photo Credit: TaiyangNews)

TaiyangNews to hold Intersolar Munich Review Conference from May 24-25 2022; Trina second for global module shipments; CR Power discloses net generation of subsidy power plants; Hengdian DMC cell production capacity at 8-9 GW.

TaiyangNews Intersolar Munich Review Conference from May 24-25 2022: At a time, when solar power’s significance is quickly increasing in the light of climate change and geostrategic challenges, one of the world’s leading solar trade shows, Intersolar Europe 2022, took place in Munich, where the who-is-who of the solar industry was present and displayed their latest product updates. To reflect about the learnings from Intersolar Europe and to discuss the latest product innovations of Tier 1 companies, TaiyangNews will be organizing its first Intersolar Munich Review Virtual Conference from May 24-25 2022. For #FreeRegistration, please click here.

Trina ranked second in Q1/2022 shipments, focuses on G12 format: Chinese solar module manufacturers Trina Solar said, after shipping 8 GW in the first 3 months of the year, it was ranked second in global module shipments in Q1/2022. It cited PV InfoLink, which expects Trina to ship 43 GW in 2022, and keep the second rank, which it already held last year. In 2021, 26 GW of 210mm / G12 were shipped of which Trina contributed 16 GW, more than anyone else, the company said.

Solar performs best in CR Power’s subsidiary power plants: Wind and hydropower plant operator China Resources Power announced that total net generation of its subsidiaries’ power plants in April 2022 decreased by 7 % year on year to 12,928,777MWh. Among this, subsidiary wind farms increased by 31.5% year on year to 3,648,181MWh, and subsidiary photovoltaic plants increased by 75 % year on year to 122,091MWh. The total net generation of subsidiary power plants for the first 4 months of 2022 increased by 4.3% year on year to 58,839,259MWh, among which, subsidiary wind farms increased by 14.3% year on year to 12,077,779MWh, and subsidiary photovoltaic plants increased by 67.6% year on year to 437,556MWh.

Hengdian Group pegs 2022 module shipment target at 5 GW: Vertically integrated solar module manufacturer from China, Hengdian DMC, said that it has about 8-9 GW of cell production capacity this year. The company expects to select N-type TOPCon and P-IBC for capacity expansion next year according to the technical route and equipment maturity. In 2022, the company’s photovoltaic module shipment target is 5 GW, out of which about 4 GW will be shipped to the European market, and about 1 GW will be shipped to Japan, South Korea and other countries and domestically.

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