Trina Solar Vertex modules awarded Carbon Footprint Certificate; Suzhou Good-Ark silver paste shipments increase rapidly; Daqo New Energy to sell 137,000 tons of polysilicon; DMEGC to expand European market share.
Carbon Footprint Certificate for Trina Vertex modules: Chinese solar module manufacturer Trina Solar said that TÜV Rheinland had awarded its Vertex modules with a ‘Carbon Footprint’ Certificate. The range of products included 210mm P-type solar modules from Vertex S 410W to Vertex 670W. For this certificate, TÜV Rheinland conducted a number of carbon-emission surveys on the entire PV module supply chain and verified the carbon footprint of Trina Solar’s modules. The investigation was based on actual production data. Trina Solar will be taking part in the 3-Day TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on High Efficiency Solar Technologies – TOPCon, HJT and Beyond, Today & Tomorrow. Do join. For free registration, please click here.
Suzhou Good-Ark HJT silver paste shipments up strongly: Semiconductor manufacturer Suzhou Good-Ark said that in the first 9 months of 2022 its HJT silver paste shipments have increased rapidly, by nearly 20 tons. This figure is several times higher than that of the same period last year. The company said that PERC technology is still the mainstream of photovoltaic cell market, and sales account for the vast majority.
Daqo New Energy inks RMB 41.5 bn deal: Chinese polysilicon producer Daqo New Energy announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Inner Mongolia DaQo New Energy have inked a large polysilicon purchase and supply deal with an unidentified customer. As per the deal, the customer will buy from the company 137,000 tons of polysilicon first-class disposable materials from November 2022 to December 2027. The transaction amount is expected to be about RMB 41.5 billion ($5.73 billion). Having said that, the actual price will be negotiated on a monthly basis.
DMEGC to expand European market share: Vertically integrated solar module manufacturer from China DMEGC stated that its module products are mainly shipped to the European distributed market, and will account for about 10% of its total distributed market in 2022. In the future, the company will continue to increase the development of the European market, and strive to gradually increase the share of the distributed market to about 15%. There are also plans to add TOPCon capacity next year, and single projects’ expansion may be 6 to 8 GW, the company said.