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Huasun to supply INERCOM 150 MW HJT modules & More from Jinko, GCL, Risen, Suntech

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With Huasun and INERCOM signing a purchase deal, Huasun will be supplying 150 MW of heterojunction photovoltaic modules for INERCOM's project in Bulgaria in 2022. (Photo Credit: Huasun)

  • Huasun Energy to provide 150 MW of HJT PV modules for INERCOM’s project in Bulgaria in 2022
  • GCL System to see a decrease in its operating income and profit, registering a loss of about RMB 735.62 million
  • Risen provides 480 MW 210 series 132-type high-efficiency PV modules to Hungarian Oil and Gas Public Limited Company
  • The 10 GW (Phase I) PV module project of Fengyang Suntech begins construction
  • Jinkosolar’s 10 MW, advanced Tiger Neo 605 W solar panel to be installed on rooftops of several schools in Dongfang

Huasun provides 150 MW of HJT PV modules to INERCOM; GCL System is likely to see a loss in 2021; Risen provides 480 MW PV modules to Hungarian Oil and Gas company; the 10 GW Fengyang Suntech PV module project begins; and Jinkosolar’s Tiger Neo 605 W solar panel to be installed in schools.

Huasun to supply 150 MW HJT modules to INERCOM: Chinese solar panel manufacturer Huasun Energy announced the signing of a module purchase agreement with European EPC company INERCOM. As per the agreement, Huasun Energy will provide 150 MW of heterojunction photovoltaic modules for INERCOM’s project in Bulgaria in 2022. In 2021, Huasun Energy had reached a cooperation with INERCOM to provide 86 MW heterojunction solar modules for its Apriltsi village project. Meanwhile, at the TaiyangNews Virtual Conference on High Efficiency Solar Technologies last year, CTO of Huasun Wenjing Wang had spoken on the topic: Towards Over 25% Average Efficiency of HJT Solar Cells for Mass Production (see Wenjing Wang, Huasun)

GCL System likely to see loss in 2021: GCL System Integration Technology announced that in 2021, the company will see a decrease in its operating income and profit, registering a loss of about RMB 735.62 million ($115.68 million). The following reasons have been cited for the same:

  • the company’s raw materials – silicon wafer and cell prices – continued to remain high as the supply of upstream silicon materials in the photovoltaic industry stayed tight
  • the prices of EVA, backsheet, glass, frame, silicone and other accessories rose to varying degrees
  • rise in the company’s module production costs

Risen’s 480 MW PV modules support Hungary’s PV project: Chinese solar panel maker Risen Energy has announced details about its cooperative relationship with Hungarian Oil and Gas Public Limited Company. The company said that it has provided a total of 480 MW 210 series 132-type high-efficiency photovoltaic modules and has helped three companies – EXTOR, Solarpro and PolSolar – in their clean energy projects. Last year, TaiyangNews had released the Advanced Solar Modules Conference Report On Panels With G12/210mm Cells Presents Product Technology Updates From Leading Players Trina Solar And Risen Energy (see Advantages of 210mm Solar Modules Report)

Suntech’s 10 GW large-size module project begins: The 10 GW (Phase I) photovoltaic module project of Fengyang Suntech Solar Power Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Chinese solar cell and module manufacturer, Suntech has begun construction. Located in Fengyang, the project plans to produce 210 mm large-size multi-busbar high-power modules that are compatible with 182 mm-size multi-busbar cells. The production line covers all mainstream product technologies in the industry.

Jinko’s Tiger Neo 605 W to be installed in Hainan: Module supplier Jinkosolar announced that its 10 MW, advanced Tiger Neo 605 W solar panel will be installed on rooftops of several schools in Dongfang City. This solar panel features the company’s N-type cells, and generates maximum 610W from its 156 cells, while simultaneously minimizing power loss.

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