星期一, 3月 1, 2021
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ET Solar Attended SNEC 2020 PV Power Expo

On August 8th,2020, the SNEC 2020 PV Power Expo was held at Shanghai’s new international expo center in China. As a leading photovoltaic manufacturing company of high-quality PV products, ET Solar brought it’s Southeast Asia manufacturing capacity and it’s energy storage products to this exhibition.
ET Solar exhibited its Vietnam factory’s large wafer solar cell which is able to meet the global market’s demand for higher power. On August 8th, ET Solar Technology (Vietnam) also announced phase 1 of its mass production solar cell project. The company expects cell output to reach a total of 1.8GW in 2021.
Six core types of PV modules were exhibited which meet the mainstream needs of the global market. Especially the 166*166 bifacial module with its transparent back sheet, the high efficient half-cell module adopts mature MBB technology, which can reduce the horizontal propagation path of current by 50%, effectively reducing internal losses, increasing module power and reducing the hot spot risk. With a transparent back sheet the module weight is lighter than a double glass module which can reduce BOS cost.
ET Solar’s technical strength and reliable quality attracted many inquiries from professional developers, EPCs, investors and distributors. ET Solar is looking forward to meeting its customer’s needs.

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