星期五, 七月 3, 2020
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Risen Energy was awarded the world’s first 500W solar PV module project order

Source: Risen Energy

Recently, Risen Energy announced a partnership with Malaysia’s TOKAI to supply 20MW of high-efficiency solar modules, which is the world’s first 500W high-efficiency module project order and an example of ORisen Energy leading the Pv 5.0 era.

It is understood that TOKAI has nearly 27 years of industry experience and won a good reputation with high quality, comprehensive, customized solar solutions. As the world’s first photovoltaic enterprises to launch the 500W high-efficiency module, the 500W high-efficiency solar modules supplied to TOKAI adopted a G12 size (210) monocrystalline wafer. The advantages of high-efficiency modules are shown in the 30% increase of single-line production capacity, 6% decrease of LCOE and 9.6% reduction of Bos cost.

For this cooperation, TOKAI Group CEO, Dato’Ir. Jimmy Lim said: “We are very pleased to cooperate with Risen Energy, and we look forward to the order being delivered and put into use as soon as possible, bringing lower LCOE and higher generation revenue to the project.”

Zhuang Yinghong, global marketing director of Risen Energy, said, “it is a great honor to cooperate with TOKAI. 500W high-efficiency module has many advantages. As the first photovoltaic enterprise to launch 500W high-efficiency module, we are confident that we have the strength to take the lead in the pv 5.0 era. In the future, Risen Energy will always be committed to low-cost and efficient product research and development, continue to increase the investment in research and development, and look forward to working with more partners to jointly promote the photovoltaic industry in the process of high efficiency.

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