LONGi has attended a conference on international industrial cooperation (CIIC) and the co-located China Machinery and Electronics Show (CMES) in Singapore, where its general manager for SE Asia, Dennis Guo, introduced the company’s Hi-MO 6 modules and green energy solutions to dignitaries including the Chinese ambassador to Singapore, the vice president of the CCCME and the Singapore minister for commerce and industry.
Hi-MO 6 is LONGi’s first module exclusively designed for the global distributed consumer market, featuring the company’s proprietary HPBC technology.
By 2030, Singapore plans for 28% of its peak electricity demand to be met by solar energy. As of the end of the first quarter of 2022, the country had 5,455 solar PV installations, with the non-residential private sector accounting for 61.7% of the total installed capacity of 413.1MWp.
Since first entering the Singapore market in 2019, LONGi shipments have grown from 10MW to over 200MW and market share has increased from 3% to 40%, with high-profile successes including the country’s largest ground-mounted project, the 19.2MWp Changi Business Park.