Astronergy preferred supplier of high quality solar panels for ABO Wind solar project in Hungary

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Powered by a total of 12.2MW Astronergy ASTRO N5 PV modules, the project in Szakoly in Hungary developed by ABO Wind, one of Europe’s leading developers of renewable energy projects, was connected to the grid this February, with annual generating capacity 19,179MW.

The ASTRO N5 PV modules, employing Astronergy’s self-developed n-type TOPCon cell technology, boast a direct power output of around 575W with an outstanding module efficiency of up to 23.03%.

With its footprints cover more than 140 countries and regions, Astronergy’s solar products have been recognized and sold to international mainstream markets including Europe. To provide better whole chain service, the company has set up branch companies and sales centers in Germany, Spain, and other European countries.

In the future, Astronergy will continue to deliver customized PV module products and tailored solutions to each regional market.

Astronergy solar panels are readily available on the African continent through an extensive distributor network. For enquiries on the African continent please contact Kevin Robinson:

Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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