Silfab making back-contact PV modules in North America

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 Silfab Solar has installed a full-size industrial production tool for the manufacturing of back-contact PV modules from Eurotron. Image: Eurotron

North American PV module manufacturer, Silfab Solar has installed a full-size industrial production tool for the manufacturing of back-contact PV modules from Eurotron.

The back-contact PV modules are made at Silfab Solar facility in Bellingham, Washington with a total production capacity of 240MW per year. The production line is capable of producing both full-size back contact modules as well as half-cell modules.

Eurotron recently supplied MWT (Metal Wrap Through) tools to Sunport Power's module production facility in Wuxi, China.

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