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How Tongwei Solar’s shingled modules can boost power output and reliability

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The global PV market is entering a new era at unprecedented speed. The demand for high-power PV modules has soared, while interest in the future direction of solar technologies has intensified. Tongwei Solar is a leading company in the PV industry, with 230,000 tonnes of high-purity crystalline silicon, 54GW of cells and 7.2GW of module production capacity. In terms of modules, Tongwei can deliver a competitive advantage through leveraging its high-powered shingled modules, smart 5G automated factory, frequent product updates and excellent customer service.

Tongwei wants to create discussions between EPC companies, investors, and distributors, especially in Europe, which the company sees as a key growth market. Understanding the opinions and needs of clients in terms of shingled technology, as well as larger module size, is vital to Tongwei’s success in Europe and beyond.

In this PV Tech TechTalk webinar, experts from TÜV NORD and Tongwei's CTO will discuss the risk analysis and reliability of the company’s shingled module technology and its applicability for different European markets.

Webinar Learning Points:

  • A TÜV NORD study on risk analysis of larger size PV modules
  • TÜV NORD research on the reliability of high-efficiency PV modules
  • A comprehensive introduction to shingled technology and Tongwei's 210 shingled module series
  • Reliability of shingled technology solutions
  • General compatibility of Tongwei shingled modules
  • Analysis of BOS and LCOE of shingled modules
  • Smart Solar will cover Value Engineering and Optimizing LCOE with Shingled Modules




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