The event, the largest in Latin America, featured over 380 exhibitors and was expected to attract some 35,000 visitors.
One of the major attractions on the LONGi stand was its selection of modules for various application scenarios. 54-and 66-cell modules, offering greater flexibility, higher power and lower cost, are particularly focused on distributed, residential and commercial applications, with the Hi-MO 5 (72-cell) module, widely considered to be the optimal product in terms of size, compatibility with the industrial chain, product value and lifecycle reliability, addressing both utility-scale power plants and the DG market.
Another highlight showcased in Sao Paulo was the company’s solution for solar-powered hydrogen generation, involving the integration of a green hydrogen production process using solar energy as the primary energy source, as well as hydrogen-related technology and equipment.
Intersolar South America annually presents the opportunity to connect diverse parts of the industrial chain and bring customers and partners in the region closer together. LONGi is fully committed to ushering in the terawatt era with its local partners and to contributing to the energy transition and carbon neutrality goals of all South American countries.