Mondragon Assembly Bags Solar Module Production Line Supply Order from Solarge

Mondragon Assembly, a specialist turnkey line provider for the solar industry, has recently secured an order from the Dutch photovoltaic (PV) module manufacturer Solarge for a new special 100 MW line to manufacture lightweight solar panels.

May 06, 2022. By Manu Tayal

Mondragon Assembly, a specialist turnkey line provider for the solar industry, has recently secured an order from the Dutch photovoltaic (PV) module manufacturer Solarge for a new special 100 MW line to manufacture lightweight solar panels.

The new automatic solar module production line would be designed ad-hoc by the company and is expected to be operational by the end of 2022.

However, the production line would be installed during Q3, 2022 in the Dutch company’s manufacturing plant in Weert (NL) and will start production by the end of this year.

The company said that this new project is the result of the collaborative work between Solarge and Mondragon Assembly teams, where all the key machines have been adapted to the customer’s needs. 

Through this new order, the company aims to consolidate its position as a supplier of high technological value solutions adapted to any application.

Notably, the solar modules that will be produced from the new production line will be lightweight, 100 per cent recyclable modules without PFAS material that releases up to 75 per cent less carbon during the manufacturing process.

Now the solar modules developed by Solarge will weigh less than half of the conventional solar modules, making it easier to handle the panels and enabling the application of solar panels on roofs with limited weight-bearing capacity.

As per Mondragon, Solarge’s use of fibre-reinforced polymers has enabled them to create the basis of a new proprietary technique for manufacturing lightweight PV modules. 

Moreover, this technique will allow Solarge to choose and use the best solar cells available now and in the future, it added.

Also, the technology developed by the Dutch company will offer flexibility in terms of applications, agrivoltaics, floating, and rooftop.

Furthermore, Solarge has been intended to extend the capacity of the production line to 380 MWp by 2024.

Meanwhile, the two organisations have been looking forward to successfully launching this innovative technology as a new standard in the solar sector.
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