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TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on High Efficiency Solar Technologies to be held next week - from Dec. 14-16, will see the official launch of TaiyangNews TopCon Solar Technology 2021 Report, with our head of technology providing a summary. (Photo Credit: TaiyangNews)

  • TaiyangNews will be launching its TopCon Solar Technology 2021 Report at its upcoming High Efficiency Solar Technologies Conference next week
  • JinkoSolar signs a 360 MW solar modules supply agreement with Tadiran Solar
  • IDG Energy Investment announces its intentions to expand its investment in advanced manufacturing of semiconductor and solar power industries
  • Tianjin Zhonghuan Semiconductor lowers monocrystalline silicon wafers prices

Official Launch of TaiyangNews TopCon Solar Technology 2021 Report: The upcoming TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on High Efficiency Solar Technologies will see the official launch of TaiyangNews TopCon Solar Technology 2021 Report. Our Head of Technology Shravan Chunduri will be sharing key takeaways of the report on Day 3 of the Conference. The Conference will be spread across three days, from 14-16 December 2021 from 10:00 to 13:15 CET. For Agenda and Free Registration, click here.

Zhonghuan slashes monocrystalline silicon wafers prices: Chinese solar wafer manufacturer Tianjin Zhonghuan Semiconductor Co., Ltd announced the latest price of monocrystalline silicon wafers. Compared to its November quotation, the prices of silicon wafers have been lowered. Here are the details:

  • G1 wafer is now priced at RMB 5.15 /piece ($0.81/piece), a decrease of 9.1%,
  • M6 wafers is priced at RMB 5.05 /piece ($0.79/piece), a decrease of 12.48%,
  • G12 wafers (170μm) stand at RMB 8.55/piece ($1.34/piece), a drop of 6.04%,
  • Its new M10 wafers are priced at RMB 6.2 /piece ($0.97/piece), and
  • its newly added super-large silicon wafer of 218.2mm is priced at RMB 9.22/piece ($1.45/piece)

In August, Zhonghuan Solar had adjusted wafer prices (see China PV News Snippets: LONGi, Zhonghuan Solar)

 Jinko signs 360 MW module supply deal with Tadiran: Module supplier JinkoSolar said in a release that it has signed a 360 MW solar modules supply agreement with Tadiran Solar, who is one of the major distributors in Israel commercial market. The product is the latest N-type TOPCon solar panels named Tiger Neo and the delivery will be from 2022 through 2023. JinkoSolar’s N-type products will be incorporated into Tadiran Solar’s advanced solar power systems for commercial, government, and new home residential customers in Israel. Jinko currently holds a n-TOPCon cell efficiency of 25.4%, and the continuous development of N-type TOPCon cells may lead to cell efficiency beyond 26%, the company feels. To know more about Tiger Neo, do take part in the upcoming TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on High Efficiency Solar Technologies, where Jinko Solar’s Senior Global Product Manger Leo Yu will be speaking on Tiger Neo: N-Type Solar Technologies For Improved Performance. For Free Registration, click here.

IDG to expand investment in advanced manufacturing: Global energy assets investment and management company IDG Energy Investment announced its intentions to expand its investment in advanced manufacturing of semiconductor and solar power industries. The business model will primarily focus on technology and solutions that provide high productivity, while continuing with its existing principal business in the investment in energy-related opportunities. The company is still identifying and evaluating good investment opportunities in companies that are focused on advanced manufacturing, including but not limited to those developing and/or fabricating semiconductor and solar power devices and products. Meanwhile preparing for the investment, the company has introduced highly experienced management members who can lead this segment.

 

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