Day 2 of TaiyangNews Conference to focus on HJT Cell Technology; LONGi to invest in 10 GW module facility; Allied to invest in perovskite PV equipment;
Day 2 of TaiyangNews Conference tomorrow: Day 2 of TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on High Efficiency Solar Technologies – TOPCon, HJT and Beyond, Today & Tomorrow will take place tomorrow. The focus will be on Heterojunction Cell Technology – An Alternative Route to High Efficiency Solar Cells – and will see presentations from these esteemed leaders: Dr Markus Fischer of ITRPV steering committee; Dr Kaining Ding from Research Center Juelich; Po-Chuan Yang from Risen Energy; Su Zhohu from Huasun; Peter Wolf from Maxwell; Damian Brunner from RENA Technologies; Kaien Chang from Solamet; and Steven Tang from Hanghzhou First. The Day 2 will end with an Executive Panel that will be moderated by Shravan Chunduri, Head of Technology TaiyangNews. This Conference will span across 3 days from 23-25 November 2022. To be part of the Conference, register for free by clicking here.
LONGi to invest RMB 2.5 billion for 10 GW module facility: Chinese vertically integrated solar PV company, LONGi, announced that it has joined hands with Government of Heshan City. At Heshan, LONGi plans to construct a 10 GW monocrystalline modules facility with an investment of about RMB 2.5 billion ($0.35 billion). LONGi will be speaking on Day 3 of TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on High Efficiency Solar Technologies – TOPCon, HJT and Beyond, Today & Tomorrow. To be part of the Conference, register by clicking here.
Allied to invest in perovskite PV equipment: Producer and seller of organic electroluminescent materials (OLED materials) and new display industry core equipment, Allied, said that it plans to use the over-raised funds of RMB 49 million ($6.85 million) to invest in the construction of:
- perovskite solar cell evaporation equipment, where the investment will be about RMB 29 million ($4.05 million) and the construction period will be for 20 months
- a low-cost organic perovskite carrier transport material, where the investment will be about RMB 20 million ($2.79 million) and the construction period will be for 20 months
JinkoSolar to raise RMB 10 billion: Module supplier JinkoSolar said in an announcement that it plans to issue convertible corporate bonds to unspecified objects and the funds raised will not exceed RMB 10 billion ($1.4 billion). Among others, the funds, after deducting issuance expenses, will be used to construct a 11 GW high-efficiency cell production line and a 8 GW high-automation photovoltaic module production line. Recently, JinkoSolar had announced achieving 23.86% efficiency for its 182mm n-type solar module (see 23.86% Efficiency For JinkoSolar’s N-Type Solar Module)