Astronergy supplies their Astro 5 solar panels for 60 MW Itimpi solar project in Zambia

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  • High quality and global solar panel manufacturer, Astronergy, have supplied their high-performance Astro 5 solar panels for the 60 MW Itimpi Solar Plant project in Zambia.
  • The successful delivery aligns perfectly with Astronergy mission of creating a sustainable and net-zero carbon world through solar power.

“By utilizing our PV modules and transitioning to clean energy sources, local companies can substantially reduce their energy costs and their dependence on fossil fuels for a stable energy supply. This project isn’t just about energy. It helps generate jobs and propel sustainable economic growth in Zambia,” the company said in statement.

Related news: First n-type TOPCon PV cells and PV modules roll off new Astronergy production line

Astronergy is a pioneer in n-type TOPCon PV modules. In the first half of 2023, the global shipment volume of Astronergy products ranked sixth worldwide. Astronergy will soon reach their target of 53GW PV cells and 55GW PV modules manufacturing capacity.

Apart from Zambia, Astronergy high quality solar panels are also available in South Africa and the rest of the African continent. For enquiries, please email Kevin Robinson: kevin.robinson@Astronergy.com

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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