“With our state-of-the-art production platforms BatchTex N and InOxSide+, we can ensure the ideal surface quality for our customers’ highly efficient solar cells,” added Dr. Christian Peter, Vice-President Sales at RENA Technologies. Image: RENA Technologies
PV wet processing specialist, RENA Technologies has received equipment orders from three leading PERC (Passivated Emitter Rear Cell) solar cell manufacturers in Asia, totalling 10GW in the last three months.
RENA Technologies said that the orders were primarily for state-of-the-art batch and inline wet processing tools for PERC technology, worth tens of millions of euros.
RENA Technologies’ CEO Peter Schneidewind said, “We truly appreciate the confidence that our long-standing Chinese customers put in us. With the new large-scale orders, the solar industry sector is contributing to the further growth of the company alongside the semiconductor, glass and medical technology sectors. We are internationally recognized as a global leader in technology, particularly on the Chinese market, where we are excellently positioned.”
“With our state-of-the-art production platforms BatchTex N and InOxSide+, we can ensure the ideal surface quality for our customers’ highly efficient solar cells,” added Dr. Christian Peter, Vice-President Sales at RENA Technologies. “With regard to quality and cost of ownership, therefore, our machines are continuing to set the benchmark for the market.”
RENA noted that ongoing R&D programs included performance additives and production processes in order to guarantee wafer surface quality at maximum throughput levels.
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