Risen Energy Invests in Cell and Module Expansion

Feb 8, 2022 02:24 PM ET
  • Risen Energy has accepted purchase 15 GW HJT cell and module manufacturing facility in Ningbo
  • Glass manufacturer Jinjing Technology expects approximately 323% net profit growth in 2021

Chinese solar panel producer Risen Energy has actually revealed that the business as well as Ningbo South Coastal Economic Development have inked an agreement for a 15 GW N-type 'Ultra-Low-Carbon High-efficiency' hetero-junction cells manufacturing facility and a 15 GW 'high-efficiency' solar module production center.

As per the company, the quest will sustain a complete financial investment of $2.39 billion, of which $2.28 billion will certainly be bought fixed assets as well as standard capital. Additionally, the project will be constructed in 2 stages. The business anticipates the entire project to be finished in 30 months that will offer fillip to solar cell as well as solar module production.

Besides this, Risen Energy had actually additionally announced 23.65% effectiveness for its high efficiency HJT solar module.

Established in 1986, Risen Energy is an R&D expert, an integrated manufacturer from wafers to modules, a producer of off-grid systems, as well as also an investor, a developer and an EPC of PV projects. The worldwide significant has around more than 45 vital business core technologies and exports to almost every part of the globe. The company has had a long standing presence in the Indian market as an essential distributor also.

Various other Chinese majors like Longi Solar, Jinko as well as Tongwei have also been broadening capacities boldy, as they look for to maintain market shares in a significantly larger market. Nevertheless, capacities for vertically integrated gamers, particularly when it comes to wafers and also cells, are still being retained in China just, entire module manufacturing is being outsourced or generated in a few other areas, especially Vietnam as well as Malaysia. It is pertinent that no Chinese maker participated in India's substantial PLI scheme offer, making it clear that it is political problems that are maintaining them off such a major market for their offerings.

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