星期二, 九月 29, 2020
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New alliance aims to break 600 W threshold

Chinese manufacturers including Trina Solar, Risen Energy and JA Solar have established a group to design and produce bigger PV modules. The 39-member alliance also includes inverter suppliers including Huawei, Sungrow and SMA.

Source:PV magazine

The 600W+ Photovoltaic Open Innovation Ecological Alliance set up by mostly China-based solar companies aims to cross the 600 W module output threshold.
Trina Solar, the biggest manufacturer in an alliance which also includes Risen Energy and JA Solar, has said the organization will build “products, systems and standards for a next-generation technology platform, committing to maximize the customer values of 600W+ ultra-high-power modules and other related solutions.”
The group also includes big inverter manufacturers such as China’s Huawei and Sungrow and Germany’s SMA Solar Technology. Tracker suppliers including China’s Arctech and Singapore-owned Nextracker are also members of the alliance.
The full list of members is:
Arctech Solar Holding
China Datang
China Energy Engineering Group Heilongjiang Electric Power Design
China General Certification Center
Cybrid Technologies
DB Schenker Logistics
DNV GL Singapore
East China Electric Power Design Institute of ChinaPower Engineering
Flat Glass
Hangzhou First Applied Material
Huawei Technologies
Huadian New Energy Technology Development of China Huadian Engineering
Irico (Hefei) Photovoltaic
JA Solar Holdings
Jiangsu Huansheng Photovoltaic
Kelongwei Automation Equipment
Nextracker
PowerChina Guizhou Engineering
PowerChina Jiangxi Electric Power Construction
Risen Energy
S.C New Energy Technology
Sineng Electric
SMA Solar Technology
SPIC (Beijing) New Energy Investment
Sun Yat-sen University Solar Research Institute
Sungrow Power Supply
Suzhou Maxwell Technology
Suzhou Run Sunshine Technology
Tianjin Zhonghuan Semiconductor
Trina Solar
Triumph Science & Technology
T?V NORD
T?V Rheinland (China)
T?V Süd Certification and Testing (China)
UL CCIC
Wuxi Shangji Automation
Xiaoniu Automation Equipment
Xinyi Glass (Anhui)
Yonz Technology (Changzhou)
Separately, seven PV manufacturers in China recently signed up to an initiative to urge the global solar industry to adopt 182mm as the standard format for solar silicon wafers. Those seven companies are Longi Solar, JinkoSolar, Canadian Solar, JA Solar, Runyang Yueda Photovoltaic Technology, Lu’an Solar Technology and Zhongyu Photovoltaic Technology.

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