Intersolar: GCL-SI providing modules in Europe from Vietnam

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The company is showcasing both ‘black silicon’ multicrystalline modules and its latest mono PERC offerings and dual-glass products as well as energy storage systems at Intersolar Europe. Image: GCL-SI

China-based PV manufacturer GCL System Integration Technology (GCL-SI) has signed a supply deal with German-based wholesaler, Europe Solar Concept (ESC) to offer its modules across Europe that are produced by Vietnam-based OEM producer, Vina Solar Technology. 

This is the first distribution agreement signed by GCL-SI for the European market.

The company is showcasing both ‘black silicon’ multicrystalline modules and its latest mono PERC offerings and dual-glass products as well as energy storage systems at Intersolar Europe. 

PV Tech previously highlighted that GCL-SI was establishing a 600MW solar cell plant at Vina’s Bac Giang facilities and would produce include around 330MW of PERC cell production. 

GCL-SI said it had made an initial 4.2MW shipment of modules to ESC, which include its GCL-P6/60 265W and GCL-P6/60 270W modules.

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