ENN Solar Energy reveals continued extensive investment in European and American solar power projects at SNEC 2011. The company is also exhibiting its tandem junction silicon thin-film modules and will announce a 5MW thin-film project, which is already underway on a landfill in New Jersey.
The company aims to enhance all-round cooperation with local project integrators, developers, and EPC providers to advance solar energy solutions and seek opportunities for solar projects.
Dr. De-ling Zhou, COO of ENN Solar Energy said, “ENN will continue to invest in power plants in Europe, America, and other overseas markets. Our mastery of technology and development of a unique business model provide a strong base for further overseas partnerships. We are eagerly looking for new projects, and pushing forth a revolution in new power.”
ENN exhibited its core product, the 540W 5.7m2 tandem junction silicon thin-film module, with a total area conversion efficiency of 9%, as well as disclosing the 5MW thin-film project in New Jersey, which is expected to be complete in mid-2011. The project will be one of the largest grid-connected plants using thin-film solar modules, and has already received purchasing commitments from an unnamed energy supplier in the U.S.
“In 2010, ENN Solar Energy had achieved its goal of expanding to Europe, North America, the Middle East, and North Africa. ENN possesses clear strengths in terms of integrated services, technology and service teams, and project experience. With time, and growing competition in the solar energy sector, ENN Solar Energy plans to emphasize service, expanding overseas power plants investment, and increasing partnerships on various stages of the solar project,” concluded Dr. Zhou.