“Astronergy keeps pioneer in frontier solar tech and sophisticated manufacturing process for higher quality PV products like the ASTRO N7 66-cell products massively produced recently for utility-scale solar generation stations”, said Timo Franz, Head of Project Business at Astronergy, at the Large Scale Solar Central & Eastern Europe 2023 (LSS CEE 2023) on Nov. 14, once promoting the company’s ambitions to offer better solutions for a greener world.
As an important solar event in the CEE region, the LSS CEE 2023 was mainly held for developers, investors and technology providers deploying large-scale solar projects and it could provide potentially huge payoffs for all related players to establish connections.
During the two-day event, Astronergy showcased itself at a booth set up at the venue, which had attracted numerous visitors coming to know about the company’s ASTRO N n-type TOPCon tech and newly-extended 66-cell TOPCon products for utility-scale solar power stations.
As the first time of ASTRO N7 66-cell product’s showcased in CEE region, its larger wafer of 182*210mm size, lower voltage for better solar system design and over 22.8% conversion efficiency took a stand in visitors’ minds.
“Dives into PV cell and PV module R&D, manufacturing and sales”, said Timo in his presentation, “Astronergy leverages tips tech into its products for better performances in modules’ power, efficiency and for better resistances to extreme weather conditions”.
As one of the world's top six PV module suppliers in terms of shipments, Astronergy attaches great importance to corporate social responsibility while expanding production capacity, improving module efficiency and enriching the product series, added Timo, like the ASTRO N7 66-cell products manufactured under SMBB tech, Astronergy keeps utilize and upgrade its green supply chain to power up advanced processing methods to let each light could take effect at all its possibilities.