Astronergy’s factory in Thailand installs state of the art wafer slicing lines

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  • Astronergy Thailand Manufacturing Base (Thailand Base) has finished upgrading their wafer slicing equipment enabling a perfect solar PV industry value chain of wafer, cell and solar panels.
  • The plant is expected to produce 5 gigawatts wafers annually after all lines are fully commissioned. 

Being a global enterprise and tier-1 PV module supplier worldwide, the expansion of Astronergy Thailand Base is showcases their ambitions to further perfect their industry value chain after the construction of its Turkey Manufacturing Base in earlier April.

According to the introduction of Cany Pang, the General Manager of Production Center at Astronergy, the wafer slicing product expansion project is planned to have a capacity of 5GW to supply for Thailand Base’s PV cell and module production, and further support the company’s n-type TOPCon capacity growth.

With the utilisations of industry leading processing equipment compatible for all mainstream wafer sizes in the industry, added Mr. Pang, Thailand Base gives full play to the cutting power of diamond wires, enabling the production of higher quality silicon wafers.

Related news: Astronergy supplies solar panels for 60MW solar project in Zambia

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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