LONGi Signs Distribution Pact with Power n Sun for Indian, Sri Lankan Markets

Solar cells and modules manufacturer LONGi has recently entered into a partnership agreement with Power n Sun, the largest solar distributor in the Middle East, to expand their partnership to the Indian and Sri Lankan markets.

October 01, 2021. By Manu Tayal

Solar cells and modules manufacturer LONGi has recently entered into a partnership agreement with Power n Sun, the largest solar distributor in the Middle East, to expand their partnership to the Indian and Sri Lankan markets.

The agreement was formally signed, during the recently concluded Renewable Energy India (REI) Expo 2021, between Arijit Mitra, LONGi Solar’s DGM for channel business in India and Sri Lanka, and L.K. Verma, Managing Director of Power n Sun.
 
Commenting on the partnership, Pradeep Kumar, LONGi’s Managing Director for India and Sri Lanka, said “this partnership is in line with the vision to exchange each other’s expertise and jointly serve the Indian and Sri Lankan PV markets with world-class modules through the distribution channel. The partnership will support the presence of both parties in all areas of solar business and also help us further enhance our brand.”

“LONGi is the world’s largest solar company with a production capacity of over 50GW. Breaking records by shipping over 24 GW of modules globally last year, LONGi is committed to maintaining its leadership in the manufacturing of monocrystalline silicon products and to delivering higher efficiency to its partners. Through its ongoing partnership with Power n Sun, the company will continue to grow its footprint in the Indian subcontinent to ensure top-quality products are delivered to the region,” he added.
 
LONGi is the leading player in this area, contributing close to 58 per cent of total shipments in Q2 2021. According to industry data, high-efficiency mono PERC modules are now the preferred product, making up over 70 per cent of India’s total shipments in the quarter.
 
LONGi said that the 182mm size modules will be released in large quantities during the second half of this year and the company foresees 182mm accounting for more than 50 per cent of module shipments to existing domestic and overseas markets in 2021, going on to achieve a 70 per cent share in 2022.
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