星期一, 9月 27, 2021
Home PV News Asia Taiwan’s URE deploys production line for M6, M8 solar modules

Taiwan’s URE deploys production line for M6, M8 solar modules

The new capacity is expected to meet domestic solar module demand, which the PV manufacturer expects will significantly increase in the second half of this year.

Source:pv magazine

Taiwanese solar module manufacturer United Renewable Energy (URE) is implementing the plan it announced in February to increase its solar module production capacity by 500 MW due to strong domestic demand.

Through the new production line, which will have an initial capacity of 400 MW and is scheduled to be operational in the fourth quarter of the year, the company will manufacture solar modules comprising M6 and M10 wafer formats.

URE currently has a solar module capacity of 1.1 GW and a solar cell capacity of 2.5 GW. As for the modules, it has 600 MW of production capacity based in Taiwan and 500 MW in Vietnam. “We also outsource about another 200 MW of module [production capacity] from our supplier in Taiwan,” the company told pv magazine in February.

URE, which was formerly known as Neo Solar Power, became Taiwan’s largest PV manufacturer via a merger with Gintech, and Solartech. The company is also active in the PV project development business.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -

Most Popular

GRIDCO Gets Regulatory Approval to Procure Solar Power at ₹2.75/kWh from a 40 MW Project

The Odisha Energy Regulatory Commission (OERC) has approved the power purchase agreement (PPA) signed between Grid Corporation of Odisha (GRIDCO) and?NHPC Limited?for procuring 40...

Residential Solar System Sizes Continue to Rise in the U.S.: Berkeley Lab

The Berkeley Lab has found that solar photovoltaic (PV) system sizes continue to grow in the United States. In 2020, the median was 6.5...

IREDA’s 10 GW Solar Module Manufacturing Tender Receives Strong Response

The Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA)’s tender for setting up manufacturing capacities for vertically-integrated high-efficiency solar modules under the production-linked incentive (PLI) program...

Nanoparticle Paste to Maximize Perovskite Solar Cells’ Efficiency Developed

Researchers at the ITMO University’s School of Physics and Engineering have developed a paste of titanium dioxide and resonant silicon nanoparticles to maximize perovskite...