Facility’s location at out-of-the-way Si Racha zone, preliminary stocking of raw materials and the still-healthy state of global freight have helped minimise impacts, manufacturer tells PV Tech.
PV Tech’s Carrie Xiao speaks to Yingge Wang, head of global marketing at LONGi Solar, about the firm’s commitment to particular wafer sizes, and how the upstream sector opening up to new sizes is akin to opening Pandora’s box.
Solar Module Super League (SMSL) member Trina Solar has formally launched its next generation bifacial Duomax modules, claiming they see the manufacturer embrace a “new era” of solar PV.
Carrie Xiao speaks exclusively to Trina Solar vice general manager and executive vice president Yin Rongfang on the company’s continued R&D, the roadmap for its new 210 module and why he feels modules remain “grossly undervalued” in the solar supply chain.
Manufacturer tells PV Tech of ambitions to triple annual shipments to the country within three years and stage a shift to bifacial to better serve utility-scale projects.
Business leader talks top trends around bifacial, module-making markets and technologies as part of onsite interview series at last year’s conference in Penang.
Group manager talks top trends around bifacial, quality benchmarking and standardisation as part of onsite interview series at this year’s conference in Penang.
Solar market strategy head talks top trends around bifacial, quality benchmarking and standardisation as part of onsite interview series at this year’s conference in Penang.
Two-sided panels and support to distributors will help keep up with low-priced rivals and hit 500MW-600MW in module sales to Brazil next year, A-rated firm tells PV Tech at meeting in China.
Executive meets PV Tech in Shanghai to discuss the markets and product lines the Shanxi-headquartered manufacturer will focus on as it aims to double production next year.
Recognition at event in Penang finds module maker in midst of geographic repositioning, with plans to earmark four-fifths of its 2019 shipments to markets beyond China.
Opening of annual summit this week sees island flex muscle as clean energy innovation hub but can its PV makers bounce back after years of battering by rivals in mainland China?
Manufacturing roots, staying small, patience with PPAs and avoiding grid speculation will all help seize crown of Europe’s hottest PV market, firm tells PV Tech.
EDF, Engie and others will back decade-long policy and research scheme to bring back upstream ‘champions’, able to take on Asian rivals.