- Growatt launches new 125 kW inverter that has 10 MPPTs, allowing for different solar array orientations to optimize power generation
- Solargiga exhibits at SNEC 2 high power modules with large wafers -182 mm and 210 mm
- Shanghai Huitian New Material to use self-raised funds to invest in construction of photovoltaic single-component silicone factory
Growatt unveils new string inverter for commercial & industrial sector: China’s Growatt, has launched a 125 kW string inverter at SNEC 2021. The inverter has 10 MPPTs, allowing for different solar array orientations to optimize power generation and its maximum string input current reaches 16A, enabling it to work with 500W+ high power modules, according to the company. Growatt Marketing Director Lisa Zhang said, “The introduction of the MAX 125KTL3-X LV inverter is part of our continuous effort to stay at the forefront of technology and product innovation. This new inverter is designed for large commercial and industrial solar power plants and will maximize return on investment.”
Solargiga presents high power modules, BIPV modules: Chinese integrated solar PV company Solargiga exhibited two high power modules – PERC monocrystalline double-glass, multibusbar, half-cell modules with 182 mm and 210 mm cells with up to 21.55% and up to 610 W. Earlier this year, Solargiga reported a good run in the year 2020 with its annual revenues going up 37% to a total of RMB 6.065.2 billion ($936 million) (see Solargiga Improves 2020 Annual Revenues By 37%)
Huitian’s subsidiary to invest RMB 20.03 mn to construct PV silicone project: In a company announcement, adhesives, backsheet and silicone supplier Huitian New Material said that its wholly-owned subsidiary Shanghai Huitian New Material Co., Ltd., intends to use self-raised funds of RMB 20.03 million ($3.14 million) to invest in the construction of a photovoltaic single-component silicone production project with an annual output of 30,000 tons. Once the new production line is completed and put into operation, which is expected to be by the end of this year, Shanghai Huitian’s photovoltaic single-component silicone production capacity will increase by more than 59%.