REC Solar recently launched its REC Peak Energy module at the Intersolar event in Munich, introducing it as the first commercial product produced at the company’s new Singapore manufacturing facility. The company hails this module as having the ability to increase global capacity for module production up to four times.
“We are pleased with the launch of the REC Peak Energy Module, along with the successful ramp-up of REC’s new Singapore facility. Solar energy is an important growth area for Singapore and we see REC as a strategic partner. We are strongly committed to strengthening the competitiveness of the solar industry through grooming engineering talent, enhancing public sector R&D infrastructure and developing a strong supplier base.” said Goh Chee Kiong, Director of Cleantech, Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB).
The module’s first installation is a 1.2MW power plant in Zorbau, Germany. The plant utilizes 5,400 REC Peak Energy modules and was connected to the grid on May 27th. The plant was developed with Soleg over a six-week installation.