Seraphim Solar to ramp 1GW half-cell module assembly plant

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The module assembly plant is expected to produce half-cell, dual-glass half-cell, and bifacial half-cell modules, according to Seraphim. Lu’An Photovoltaics a subsidiary of the state-owned Lu’an Group, boasts 4.3GW PV integration production capacity. Image: Seraphim Solar

PV module manufacturer Jiangsu Seraphim Solar System in partnership with Shanxi Lu’An Photovoltaics Technology Co is to ramp a new advanced 1GW module assembly plant in Shanxi province in May, 2019.

The module assembly plant is expected to produce half-cell, dual-glass half-cell, and bifacial half-cell modules, according to Seraphim. Lu’An Photovoltaics a subsidiary of the state-owned Lu’an Group, boasts 4.3GW PV integration production capacity. 

“Seraphim and Lu’An’s highly automated facilities feature the latest internally-developed quality control systems, which can now cut manufacturing costs and management overhead by about 50 percent. Our ultimate goal is to make the Seraphim brand synonymous with cost-effective, reliable products for all of our end users”, said Polaris Li, president of Seraphim.

Lu’An Photovoltaics a subsidiary of the state-owned Lu’an Group, is claimed to have 4.3GW of PV production capacity.

“The partnership with Seraphim marks the cooperation between state-owned and private enterprises to link upstream and downstream supply chains”, said Deng Ming, chairman of Lu’An Photovoltaics Technology Co. Ltd., adding that he foresaw how the cooperation would help improve product performance, drive sales, and enhance competitiveness.

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