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

  • The first n-type TOPCon PV cell and the first n-type TOPCon PV module has been produced at the Astronergy Zhejiang Yiwu Manufacturing Base (Yiwu Base) state of the art factory.
  • The event brings the global and high quality solar panel manufacturer closer to their 55GW PV module manufacturing capacity goal. 

As Astronergy’s seventh intelligent manufacturing base and the second-largest base of Astronergy in Zhejiang Province, Yiwu Base has a total of 8GW PV cell and 8GW PV module manufacturing capacities, which all use the company’s independently developed n-type TOPCon 3.0 tech.

The full running of the base will have an annual output value of about 1.65 billion dollars, said Dr. Chuan Lu, President & CEO at Astronergy, at the groundbreaking ceremony. Taking the logistics and port advantages of Yiwu City, Astronergy is to transport frontier TOPCon PV modules to all corners of China and all its overseas markets to satisfy customers’ needs for all application scenarios, added Dr. Chuan Lu.

Pioneer in n-type TOPCon PV modules, Astronergy has offered a great amount of its high-performance products to customers. In the first half of 2023, the global shipment volume of Astronergy products ranked sixth worldwide.

With more manufacturing facilities coming online in the near future, Astronergy will soon reach their target of 53GW PV cells and 55GW PV modules manufacturing capacity.

Astronergy high quality solar panels are 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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