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GCL-SI said that the total investment for the integrated shingled PV module project was RMB 107 million (US$15.5 million). Image: GCL

GCL-SI said that the total investment for the integrated shingled PV module project was RMB 107 million (US$15.5 million). Image: GCL

‘Solar Module Super League’ (SMSL) member, GCL System Integration Technology (GCL-SI) is set to invest in expanding capacity dedicated to shingling wafer/cell/module technology for larger wafer sizes by 2.5GW. 

GCL-SI said that the total investment for the integrated shingled PV module project was RMB 107 million (US$15.5 million). The funds for the project have been secure by a private placement of newly issued shares led by Hefei Dongcheng Industrial Investment Co, an investment arm of the local Hefei government in China. 

GCL-SI noted that shingled cell technology was a key enabler of high-efficiency PV modules adopting increasingly larger wafer sizes as sheet resistance is reduced, providing a route to 500Wp plus era for PV modules. 

According to test results cited at the Seraphim CNAS laboratory, the attenuation of shingled modules is 1.7% lower than that of conventional modules, noted GCL-SI.
The company plans to focus increasingly on providing high efficiency, differentiated PV modules along the lines of shingled modules with MBB and other technical features.

Tags: gcl system integration technology, c-si manufacturing, pv modules, solar cell shingle stacking, china

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