Trina Solar Kicks off Industrial Park Construction for Entire PV Manufacturing Chain from Polysilicon Production to Modules
Chinese solar panel manufacturing giant Trina Solar has recently kicked off the construction of a massive industrial park project covering almost the entire photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing chain from polysilicon production to modules based on 210 and N-type technology.
July 05, 2022. By Manu Tayal
The ground-breaking ceremony of the Trina Solar (Xining) New Energy Industrial Park project was held in Xining, the provincial capital of the central Chinese province of Qinghai.
Further, this project will be completed in two phases and will include production lines with an annual output of 300,000 tonnes of industrial silicon, 150,000 tonnes of high-purity polysilicon, 35GW of monosilicon, 10GW of wafer slices, 10GW of cells, 10GW of N-type modules and 15GW of auxiliaries for modules.
The first phase of the industrial park is likely to be completed by the end of 2023, and its expected annual output would be 100,000 tonnes of industrial silicon, 50,000 tonnes of high-purity polysilicon, 20GW of monosilicon, 5GW of wafer slices, 5GW of cells, 5GW of modules, and 7.5GW of auxiliaries.
However, the second phase is due to be completed by the end of 2025, and its expected annual output would be 200,000 tonnes of industrial silicon, 100,000 tonnes of high-purity polysilicon; 15GW of monosilicon, 5GW of wafer slices, 5GW of cells, 5GW of modules, and 7.5GW of auxiliaries.
As the industry rapidly moves towards a new stage of N-type, an industrial chain needs to be established to further improve the industrialization of next-generation N-type cell technology, and guide the industry towards switching to N-type, the company said.
In another significant development, Trina Solar 210 Super Factory in Yiwu, China, officially began mass production of its new generation of Vertex S 430W module, marking the modules' start of full-scale production.
The estimated production capacity of the new Vertex series including upgraded Vertex S and Vertex 580W this year would reach 10GW, a figure that is expected to more than double by next year.
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