Astronergy Supplies 154.4 MW Solar Modules for German PV Plant

Mar 7, 2023 12:07 PM ET
  • Astronergy said that the German PV plant Döllen is a further step forward to introduce its n-type TOPCon innovation to the international market.
  • The Döllen PV plant is being financed by the CEE Group as well as established by Antlike Solar.

Chinese photovoltaic panel manufacturer Astronergy has revealed that a total of 154.4 MWdc ASTRO N5 TOPCon PV Modules have actually been provided to Germany, to materialize Europe's biggest TOPCon PV plant in Döllen (Brandenburg).

The n-type TOPCon PV Modules from ASTRO N series have actually gained traction worldwide after the very first project with 355MWdc was checked in Australia. Astronergy claimed that the solar PV plant Döllen is a further step forward to introduce the n-type TOPCon technology to the global market. The innovation is powered by ASTRO N5 series of Astronergy.

The Döllen PV plant is being funded by the CEE Group as well as established by Antlike Solar. Astronergy claimed that the solar project will be offering the power on a PPA-basis. The Döllen PV project is presently among Germany's largest open space solar PV parks.

Detlef Schreiber, Chief Executive Officer of the CEE Group claimed, "The new solar park at the Döllen site thrills with a nominal output of 154.4 MWp and at the same time illustrates the possibility of renewable energies as a main component of the energy shift."

Timo Franz, Head of Project Business Europe, Astronergy, claimed. "CEE is dedicated to providing green power across Europe. We were delighted to supply them with our new high-efficiency n-type TOPCon PV Modules for the execution of their project as well as their trust right into our quality as well as partnership."

Astronergy is a CHINT Group company based out of Hangzhou, China. It makes solar modules having business footprints around the world.

Astronergy is associated with some other key solar projects throughout the globe consisting of the Kubuki 310 MW Solar-sand hybrid PV power station, Wenzhou Taihan 550 MW agri-solar project, 103 MW Midden Groningen solar and also many more.

Chinese manufacturers are significantly pushing TOPCOM innovation based modules as the next generation of solar PV, with new names emerging in the new wave.

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