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JinkoSolar At TaiyangNews Conference On 25 April & More From DAS Solar, FuturaSun, Trina, Antai

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Scan the QR code to register for TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on Distributed Solar and Storage, where you can listen to Amy Liu from JinkSolar speak. (Photo Credit: TaiyangNews)

Register for free now to watch JinkoSolar speak at TaiyangNews Conference on Distributed Solar and Storage; DAS Solar wins SPIC bid; FuturaSun to build RMB 5 billion cell and module facility; Trina to invest RMB 5 billion in cell facility; Antai Solar and UOB partner for U-Solar 2.0 plan in Thailand.

JinkoSolar at TaiyangNews Conference on 25 April: Amy Liu, Senior ESS Product Manager from China’s JinkoSolar will be speaking at the TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on Distributed Solar and Storage, scheduled to take place on 25 April 2023 from 9.30 to 13.30 CEST. She will be talking about combining TOPCon with storage for residential applications around the world. Fired up by the global fossil energy crises resulting in skyrocketing energy crises, demand for distributed solar has now reached unknown heights. Even in the world’s largest solar PV market, China, distributed solar was the main growth driver.  At this Conference, to discuss distributed solar, there will be leading stakeholders – including module, inverter, battery storage and full solution suppliers – who will be providing updates on the latest product developments for increasing energy independence of residential and commercial buildings. The registrations to this Conference are for free. To check the Agenda and for Free Registration, click here.

DAS Solar wins SPIC’s 5.65 GW module procurement bid: Chinese solar PV module and cell supplier DAS Solar said via WeChat that it has won Chinese State Power Investment Corporation’s (SPIC) 5.65 GW module procurement bid order. The company won the bid for N-type 900 MW, p-type 650W and other modules, all of which are known for their excellence, product quality, and the cost effectiveness.  Meanwhile, DAS Solar had spoken about n-type TOPCon multi-GW level module production at TaiyangNews Conference. (see Dengyuan Song, DAS Solar: Development of n-Type TOPCon Multi-GW Level Module Production)

FuturaSun’s to build cell and module facility in Huai’an: Over a WeChat communication, PV module producer FuturaSun from Italy said that it will be investing about RMB 5 billion ($0.73 billion) in a 10 GW cell and 2 GW module facility in China. Spread across 400 mu, the facility is located in Huai’an city, and once put into production the annual output value is expected to be RMB 14 billion ($2.03 billion).

Trina to invest RMB 5 billion in high-efficiency cell facility: Chinese solar module manufacturer Trina Solar announced the signing of an investment agreement with Huaian Economic and Technological Development Zone. With this, Trina plans to invest in a 10 GW new-generation high-efficiency cell facility and related supporting auxiliary facilities in Huaian. The total investment will be about RMB 5 billion ($0.73 billion) (including working capital). At the recent TaiyangNews Conference on Solar Module Innovations 2023, Trina Solar’s Jerry Cao, talked about its n-type solar products . Listen to him by clicking here.

Antai Solar and UOB partner for U-Solar 2.0 plan in Thailand: Over a WeChat communication, Photovoltaic mounting systems provider Antai Solar said that it signed an agreement with United Overseas Bank as it launches its U-Solar 2.0 program in Thailand. Antai Solar is the sole and exclusive solar mounting system supplier in the U-Solar 2.0 program and will be partnering with other module suppliers in Thailand. This is being done with an aim to develop the local solar industry by ensuring professional and reliable solar products. At the TaiyangNews Bifacial & Solar Tracker Conference 2022 – Boosting Solar Power Plant Yields, Emmanuele Chiappori from Antaisolar spoke about Solar Trackers Wind Induced Instabilities (to watch the presentation, click here).

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