Astronergy wins 1050MW order for ASTRO N-Series solar panels

  • Global and leading solar panel manufacturer, Astronergy, has won a 15% share of China National Petroleum Corp.’s centralized purchasing order for N-type PV modules for 2024 which is equivalent to 1050 MW.
  • The order is for their high quality ASTRO N-Series modules, featuring the company’s TOPCon 4.0 cell technology.

As an intelligent manufacturing enterprise focusing on photovoltaic cells and modules, Astronergy has always been committed to providing quality products and better service to its customers. After winning 2.45GW capacity of CNPC’s bidding projects in 2023, the company won 2024 annual procurement project of CNPC with its n-type PV products equipped with the latest self-developed TOPCon 4.0 technology.

Apart from an average cell efficiency of 26.15% in mass production and a highest cell efficiency of 26.9% in laboratory, ASTRO N series module products advance themselves to perform better in power generation, bifaciality, temperature coefficient, low-light performance, as well as LID and LETID.

In 2024, the company’s plan is to reach 55GW of n-type TOCon cell capacity and 75GW of module capacity with consistent R&D dedication and service attitude.

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: kevin.robinson@Astronergy.com

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

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