Risen toasts 1.5 GW bifacial module supply deal
- Risen Energy has landed a 1.5 GW bifacial module supply manage an unrevealed, yet "popular" independent power producer.
Risen claimed it had actually authorized an agreement with the worldwide IPP to supply its bifacial mono PERC solar modules, which would certainly be distributed for usage in projects in Europe, Africa as well as South America.
Deliveries have currently begun, with around 900MW well worth of distributions arranged, with the remainder of the order readied to be settled in the very first half of following year.
Bypina Veerraju Chaudary, CSMO at Risen, stated the deal was just one of the business's biggest to day and also was "especially substantial" for the company's bifacial program.
"When you punctured all of the gloss and also marketing blurb, the front face energy capture transcends to historic products, the recombinant power loss is much less with time, the module stability is higher enabling a 30 year power guarantee, the compatibly framed modules make sure no extra BOS issues, as well as there is the remarkable addition of rear face energy capture too," he said.
Risen added the order for bifacial modules was testament to the market's strong movement in the direction of the modern technology, citing expectations that around 70% of projects advanced by IPPs following year will make use of bifacial panels.
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