According to the bidding result of CTG’s 2023 centralized procurement for n-type PV module products, Astronergy won the bid of one project and was the first tenderer, occupying 40％ of the total capacity.
Short for China Three Gorges Corporation, CTG is the largest hydro-power development enterprise worldwide and the biggest clean energy group in China with more than 20 years of rapid growth.
As a pioneer in the n-type TOPCon PV modules, Astronergy’s winning of the bid is one more proof of the strengths and reliability of its products. The ASTRO N Series has been applied in worldwide cases such as the Döllen 154.4MW solar farm (the Europe’s largest n-type TOPCon solar farm in Germany), Australia 801kW C&I Distributed Power Station, Singapore F1 0.76MW C&I Distributed Power Station, etc.
With multi-version products to meet various needs in all possible scenarios, the ASTRO N series adopts n-type TOPCon PV cell technology, featured advanced technologies such as multi-busbar (MBB) half-cut wafer (N7 adopts the latest SMBB half-cut wafer), non-destructive cutting, high-density encapsulation, etc., to achieve advantages such as high power, high efficiency, high reliability, high power generation per watt, low BOS and low LCOE.
At the Solar Party Germany, Astronergy also showcased itself with the certificates from TÜV Rheinland for its ASTRO N7 66-cell TOPCon products and ASTRO N7s ZBB-TF TOPCon products (extensions of the company’s ASTRO N series products), certifying these products’ compliance with strict product standards and being ready to ship to global markets for green energy generations at any time.