Astronergy pushes total production capacity to 55GW

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  • Astronergy Yanchi factory (Yanchi) will start operations of their first solar PV panel (module) base in Ningxia Hui autonomous region this month. 
  • The new n-type TOPCon factory takes Astronergy’s total production capacity up to 55GW. 

As the eighth intelligent manufacturing base constructed by Astronergy since September in 2022, Yanchi will focus on the manufacturing of high-efficiency n-type TOPCon PV modules with adoptions of world-frontier manufacturing equipment and high-tech processing techs.

At the end of the August, the factory is expected to run at full capacity and to reach an annual output value of about US$195 million.

Seeing the ready of Yanchi Base, Astronergy’s target on annual manufacturing capacity of 55GW PV module is much closer to hit. Astronergy’s pace to contribute for the world’s carbon neutrality process is becoming much faster and much firmer.

Related news: Astronergy is overall highest achiever in annual Solar PV panel index

Under the CHINT Group, Astronergy is an intelligent manufacturing enterprise focusing on photovoltaic cells and modules. Founded in 2006, it is one of the earliest private enterprises in China to set foot in the photovoltaic field. Nowadays, its business footprints are all over 140 countries and regions in the world.

Committed to be the most competitive photovoltaic modules supplier worldwide, Astronergy sets its mission to create a sustainable and net-zero carbon world with solar power.

Atronergy’s high quality solar modules are now available in South Africa and the rest of the African continent.

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Author: Bryan Groenendaal


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