Risen ships first batch of TOPCon modules from its Ninghai Base; Yugan Lingyang New Energy’s 150 MW PV project contracted by Jiangxi Research Institute successfully connected to grid.
Risen ships first batch of Ninghai Base TOPCon modules: Chinese solar panel maker Risen Energy said that it has shipped the first batch of TOPCon modules from its Ninghai Base. The project is currently in the second phase. This batch of modules is based on 210 wafer format and has a higher number of strings and string power. The installed capacity is also significantly improved. The module size adopts a standardized design, which greatly reduces the types of installation accessories and reduces the system cost, according to Risen. Recently Menlo and Risen signed a 150 MW module contract (see China PV News Snippets). Risen presented about its latest module developments with focus on HJT and new frames at the recent TaiyangNews Intersolar Munich Review Conference (to view Risen’s presentation click here).
Yugan Lingyang 150 MW PV project grid-connected: Yugan Lingyang New Energy’s 150 MW photovoltaic power generation project has been successfully connected to the grid at full capacity, according to local media reports. Located in Yugan County, this project has been contracted by Jiangxi Research Institute. Once the project is completed, it can save about 56,700 tons of standard coal every year, thus bringing about a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions by 148,553 tons.