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Huasun HJT Modules Get BIS Certification & More From Shuangliang Eco-Energy, Bofang New Energy, Lvliang City, National Bureau of Statistics


Huasun’s Himalaya G12 series HJT modules get BIS certification; Sungliang Eco-Energy to supply production equipment to Oman; Bofang New Energy’s 10 GW PV tracker facility online; Lvliang City unveils 4.8 GW solar PV plan; China’s solar PV generation up 17.2% in Dec 2023.

Huasun’s HJT modules get Indian BIS certification: Solar panel manufacturer Huasun Energy has announced that its Himalaya G12 series heterojunction (HJT) modules have obtained the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) certification. The company says that the modules comply with IS 14286, IS/IEC 61730-I, IS/IEC 61730-II and other Indian standards, qualifying them for local bidding and other large-scale projects in India. The company claims that its Himalaya G12-132 HJT solar module produces over 750 W of power with an efficiency of 24.16%, and has been certified by TÜV SÜD.

Huasun recently announced the commissioning of the 5 GW high-efficiency HJT cell and module facility at its Hefei base (see China Solar PV News Snippets).

Shuangliang Eco-Energy to supply equipment for Oman silicon material facility: Shuangliang Eco-Energy has announced that the company and its wholly-owned subsidiary have won the bid to supply production equipment to United Solar Polysilicon (FZC) SPC. The equipment will be used at United Solar’s 100,000-ton high-purity silicon material factory. The $58,320,592 order includes multiple sets of ingot reduction furnaces and tail gas jacket devices, green electric intelligent hydrogen production equipment, and lithium bromide unit devices. The factory is located in the Sohar Freezone in Oman.

Bofang New Energy’s 10 GW PV tracker facility online: Solar tracker manufacturer Bofang New Energy has announced that its 10 GW PV tracker base in Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province has started production. The company has invested about RMB 3 billion ($417 million) in the facility that can produce 450,000 tons annually. The company says that it has contracts for 3.5 GW in hand, valued at RMB 1.5 billion ($208.5 million).

Lvliang City to add 4.8 GW of solar PV installed capacity through 2025: The government of Lvliang City in Shanxi Province has released a plan that outlines a total planned capacity of 4.8 GW for solar PV projects, with a total annual electricity generation of approximately 635,620 million kWh. Part of its 14th Five-Year Plan, the plan includes 100 MW of PV projects from the 13th Five-Year Plan period that are still in progress, along with the newly planned centralized PV projects of 3.7 GW and distributed projects of 1 GW during the 14th Five-Year Plan period.

China’s solar power generation up 17.2% YoY in December 2023: Latest data from China’s National Bureau of Statistics shows that the country’s solar power generation grew 17.2% year-over-year (YoY) in December 2023. However, its growth slowed compared to the previous month, where it grew 35.4% YoY. Thermal power grew 9.3%, 3 percentage points faster than in November. Hydropower grew by 2.5%, 2.9 percentage points lower than in November. Nuclear power declined 4.2%, compared to a 2.4% decline in November. Wind power grew by 7.4%, compared to 26.6% growth YoY in November.

Source from Taiyang News

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