LONGi Solar Bags 500MWp PV Modules Supply Orders from Pakistan

Solar photovoltaic (PV) module manufacturer LONGi Solar has secured 500MWp of solar module supply orders from Pakistan for 2021, and the majority of orders secured for its Hi-MO 5 series modules, accounting 422MWp of the total 84.4 per cent.

March 24, 2021. By Manu Tayal

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Solar photovoltaic (PV) module manufacturer LONGi Solar has secured 500MWp of solar module supply orders from Pakistan for 2021, and the majority of orders secured for its Hi-MO 5 series modules, accounting 422MWp of the total 84.4 per cent.

Last year in the month of June, the company had launched its new Hi-MO 5 product for ultra large power plants. Hi-MO 5 has been based on M10 gallium doped monocrystalline wafers and uses smart soldering technology.

The company said that it has secured significant number of clients and projects in Pakistan, including an order from Reon Energy for Pakistan's largest commercial solar project to date at 70MWp. This project will be using Hi-MO 5 540/545Wp modules and is expected to be completed in four clusters, with an estimated commercial operation date in Q3 2021.

Other notable LONGi clients in the country include the Four Brothers Group, which has signed a 68MWp distribution agreement for orders to be completed in Q2 and Q3 2021, NMC Group, among others.

Commenting on the development, Dennis She, Senior Vice President at LONGi Solar, said “as Pakistan is prioritizing its energy generation methods and enhancing capacity to produce clean energy in order to meet growing demand without degrading the environment, energy project cooperation is playing a pivotal role. LONGi is committed to providing Pakistani customers with the highest quality and most competitive solar products, so as to contribute to the country’s path towards greater energy independence.”

President Arif-ur-Rehman Alvi made a statement at UN's Climate Ambition Summit 2020, claiming that Pakistan will cease to develop any new coal-fired power plant. Renewable energy will be the main source to fulfill the country's commitment in CO2 reduction, boosting its share in total generation from 4 per cent to 30 per cent by 2030. It is estimated that the solar market deployment will be between 565MW to 1,120MW in 2021, following by between 623MW to 1,287MW in 2022.

The company’s Hi-MO 5 is a new range of ultra-high power modules designed for utility-scale solar power stations, featuring a maximum power output of 540W and an efficiency of 21.1 per cent. With gallium-doped M10 standard 182mm silicon wafers, smart soldering technologies, PERC cell, 9BB + half cell technology, the Hi-MO 5 series includes 66C and 72C formats and is available in both bifacial and monofacial applications.

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