JA Solar Materials Bifacial Modules for Solar Project in Malaysia

Aug 5, 2020 03:50 PM ET
  • JA Solar has actually provided 43.8 MW bifacial double-glass modules for the 1st solar project that incorporates bifacial double-glass modules with trackers in Malaysia.

JA Solar has revealed that it has actually provided 43.8 MW bifacial double-glass modules for the first solar project that integrates bifacial double-glass modules with trackers in Malaysia. The project is anticipated to generate 74 million kWh of power each year when going into operation.

Spent by Halpro Engineering, a joint endeavor between a German programmer, EPC Greencells Group and their local companion Majulia, the project comes from Malaysia's second-round Large-Scale Solar (LSS) program. Integrating high-efficiency bifacial cell technology with a solid double-glass framework, the bifacial double-glass module has the power of producing electrical power from its behind, with a power score that can reach greater than 70 percent of that of the front side.

The module is capable to properly enhance the returns of financial investments by enhancing its power generation ability, reduced irradiation efficiency and PID withstand performance, even under extreme conditions (such as desert, beach, and so on) and also severe weather conditions (consisting of high temperature, high moisture, etc.). Integrating the high-efficiency module with the trackers, the project is expected to get even higher power return as well as even more returns for the financier.

Jin Baofang, Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO of JA Solar, stated that "having established a production base in Malaysia in 2015 and supplied modules for numerous large projects in the local market, JA Solar has been actively boosting its existence in advertising brand-new technologies to help local clients reduce LCOE and increase consumers' returns. In the future, JA Solar will remain to promote the application of sophisticated technologies to push the growth of the photovoltaic or pv market in Malaysia and all other Southeast Asia countries."

In June, we had reported that JA Solar had actually won the order to supply its Mono PERC MBB modules for Japan's biggest single photovoltaic (PV) project. The solar energy plant will be having a capacity of 110 MW and also situated in Kansai, Japan.

Baofang had actually said at the time that "as a country with a fully grown PV sector, Japanese customers have greater demands for the high quality and performance of solar products. Over the past nine years, JA Solar's items have kept high recognition in the Japanese market, thanks to their exceptional top quality as well as performance."

The project is anticipated to attach to the grid by March 2022 as well as will certainly create 150 million kWh of power as soon as functional. Also, it is likely to trim co2 exhausts by 50,000 lots each year.

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