Recently, several leading photovoltaic (PV) companies, including Trina Solar, TCL ZHONGHUAN, Jinko Solar, and JA Solar, have disclosed their H1 2023 performance previews.
Once busy with card games and fishing, the residents of this village found their livelihood in the export of second-hand photovoltaic (PV) components.
The Chinese top 10 component manufacturers achieved a combined shipment volume of approximately 159-160 GW during this period.
This article explores recent court cases in China related to compensation issues when solar power plants suffer losses due to wind-related incidents.
The heavy rainfall can also pose a significant risk to solar installations
An often-overlooked threat to solar power plants is the damage caused by strong winds.
In a recent development, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and the global solar industry leader Longi have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to foster innovation in solar technology.
Recent developments in Australia have shed light on a perceived “trap” by the opposition against the country’s rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) generation, targeting PV products manufactured in China.
Representatives from these six photovoltaic enterprises engaged in comprehensive deliberations and evaluations, resulting in a consensus regarding the standardized dimensions for the 191.Xmm rectangular silicon wafers used in the 72-cell module format.
Amidst a challenging 2023, China’s top silicon material companies – Tongwei, GCL-Poly, Xinte, and Daqo – exhibit mixed performance. Profits have been impacted by price declines, yet industry leaders Tongwei and Xinte maintain growth in revenue and sales volume. Their cost-effective strategies, diversification efforts, and rising prices offer optimism for the sector’s revival.
In what marks a historic moment for the photovoltaic (PV) industry, Chinese company Canadian Solar announced a deal for the largest ever solar module order, amounting to approximately 7GW.
The policy emphasizes a refined equipment recovery system and outlines concrete goals and actions.
China witnessed record-breaking production numbers in the polysilicon, silicon wafer, cell, and module segments — all of which registered year-on-year growth exceeding 65%. Notably, the export value of photovoltaic products reached a staggering $28.92 billion, marking an 11.6% rise compared to the same period last year.
China’s second-hand photovoltaic (PV) panel market is witnessing rapid growth as millions of tons of retired panels approach the end of their lifespan by 2030. However, the industry faces challenges with unstandardized pricing, improper recycling practices, and incomplete utilization.
The first half of 2023 has shown a significant increase in the performance of the photovoltaic (PV) industry in China. This report provides an analysis of the industry’s performance during this period, focusing on the export and production volumes of PV products.