Astronergy to Ship 454 MW TOPCon PV Modules for Brazil Solar Project
- The solar modules will be provided for the Vista Alegre solar energy project in Brazil.
- These modules are expected to complete their journey to Brazil in February of 2024 and also will certainly structure over fifty percent of the project.
Chinese solar supplier Astronergy has actually introduced that it has signed an offer for the supply of a total amount of 454 MW ASTRO N n-type TOPCon PV modules and the shipment prepares to trigger.
Astronergy stated that its TOPCon is to set foot in the LATAM region after touchdown in Australia and Europe. Tier 1-rated Astronergy claims to be an ace in TOPCon tech and also TOPCon mass production.
A KA manager from Astronergy claimed 454MW ASTRO N n-type TOPCon PV modules were authorized to offer a huge solar plant-- Vista Alegre in Brazil. These modules are anticipated to finish their journey to Brazil in February of 2024 and also will structure over fifty percent of the project.
The firm said that considering that its participation in PV, it is constantly standing at the front of each generation of PV tech. Recently, a deepness analysis of Astronergy business problems, products' materials and also manufacturing links performed by Underwriter Laboratories Inc. (UL) cleared up the business's low carbon as well as intelligent performances in basic materials as well as web links of design, screening, production, delivery, setup, and item value.
According to UL's statement in the Astronergy bankability report, the ASTRO N series TOPCon products have excellent performances in power, performance, low-carbon lines as well as various other crucial indexes of PV modules, such as LCOE, as well as low-temperature coefficient. UL also offers positive comments on Astronergy's systematisms, intellectualization, and traceability of all production processes.
The module maker lately supplied 154.4 MWdc ASTRO N5 TOPCon PV Modules to Germany, to emerge Europe's largest TOPCon PV plant in Döllen (Brandenburg).
Astronergy claimed that ASTRO N is only the starting point of its high-efficiency PV modules. For a greener world, the firm wants to break through tech restrictions for greater effectiveness, higher power, and greater performance in a fairly lower carbon as well as smarter means.