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Astronergy strengthens presence in Georgia with advanced TOPCon technologies
7 -08 2024   78views

From July 4th to 5th, Astronergy attended the Georgian Energy Exhibition and Forum in Georgia, introducing the advanced technologies and outstanding performances of its n-type TOPCon PV modules to local clients.

Georgia has great potential for solar energy resources, which remain largely untapped.

According to IEA, there are 250 to 280 sunny days and the annual average amount of sunshine hours is from 1,900 to 2,200 hours. To reduce dependence on energy imports and increase the country's energy security, Georgia presented a draft National Energy and Climate Plan in 2023, aiming to achieve a 27.4% share of renewable energy sources in gross final energy consumption by 2030.

However, despite this potential, there are currently no utility-scale solar PV systems in the country, leaving vast opportunities for PV manufacturers to enter the market.

Astronergy’s n-type TOPCon PV modules are designed for both utility-scale and distributed applications, to better serve different installation demands worldwide. With the adoption of cutting-edge technologies, such as TOPCon 4.0 cell technology, SMBB, ZBB, light redirecting film, and more, Astronergy ensures its n-type TOPCon module products deliver high conversion efficiency, high power generation and low system costs for customers.

Additionally, Georgia is also one of the significant countries in the Belt & Road Initiative, connecting West Europe and West Asia. By providing high-efficiency and cost-effective module products, Astronergy is committed to contributing to Georgia's journey for energy security and sustainability. In the future, the company looks forward to strengthening its presence and building strong partnerships in Georgia.