Dehui’s Newly-Constructed Lines in Vietnam Produce Modules with 22.5% Efficiency

Solar panel maker Dehui said that its newly-constructed solar cell and module lines in Vietnam produce modules’ with reported efficiency of 22.5 per cent, which is most advanced and efficient among Vietnamese makers.

The company is producing modules in its self-owned, newly-constructed, fully automatic cell and module lines in Vietnam with new manufacturing equipment with 1.5 GW annual capacity of 158.75mm, 166mm, 182mm, and 210mm 9 bus-bar solar cells and 2.25 GW annual capacity of half-cut monofacial and bifacial Mono PERC module.

Further, the mass production of 166mm 9 bus-bar half-cut bifacial Mono PERC modules which is the first case in Vietnam has occupied Dehui latest 700 MW module lines, the company said in a statement.

With the expectation of ramping up of shipments, the company is also planning to majorly scale up production. Moreover, for the next year, the company is planning for mass production of 182mm 12 bus-bar modules. 

Currently, it runs 250,000 square feet split across 5 production lines but has set aside a further 1 million square feet, set to host factories in the future, Dehui added.

Meanwhile, the company is passionate about building a vertical supply chain, including solar cells, photovoltaic (PV) modules, energy storage systems and project development, to share value for a green future.

In February this year, the PV manufacturer said that it will shift its focus to the US solar market over the next 3 years, with plans to target utility-scale buyers with bifacial technology.

The company plans to triple its business in the US in the next 3 years, using its subsidiary to increase shipments from 1 GW in 2020 to 2 GW in 2021 and 3 GW in 2022.

Solar manufacturing | News published on 16/09/2020 by Manu Tayal

 
 
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