7GW! SANY Silicon Shortlisted Xinhua Hydropower Company Limited Module Centralized Procurement

PVTIME – Recently, the results of the 2024 PV module centralized procurement project by Xinhua Hydropower Company Limited were announced, with SANY Silicon successfully making the cut for Lot 3: N-type monocrystalline module segment.

According to the announcement, Xinhua Hydropower selected suppliers through this tender, and the successful suppliers will be eligible to participate in the procurement of PV modules for their investment-built PV power generation projects in 2024, with a procurement scale of 7GW.

As a direct subsidiary of China National Nuclear Corporation, Xinhua Hydropower possesses advanced technological capabilities and rich management experience in the development, construction, and operation of hydropower, PVs, and wind power, providing strong support for the safety, stability, economy, and clean operation of the national power grid.

SANY Silicon, a renowned solar technology pioneer, is a PV industry division directly under SANY Group. Since November 2022, when the first monocrystalline silicon rod produced by SANY Silicon was launched, and the PV module products were launched in December of the same year, SANY Silicon has successfully established a complete PV industry chain, possessing independent R&D and production capabilities ranging from crystal pulling, wafer, cell to module, officially entering the vertical integration camp of the PV industry and beginning to make a mark in the market.

Before this centralized procurement, Xinhua Hydropower conducted a thorough investigation of SANY Silicon’s module product features, main advantages, performance indicators, industry application scenarios, and empirical base test data.

SANY Silicon’s N-type TOPCon solar modules are based on a high-quality N-type TOPCon cell technology platform, with mass-produced cell efficiency exceeding 26.3% and module power exceeding 660W. They possess the core advantages of  high efficiency, high power generation, high reliability, and low LCOE. In addition, the modules have achieved excellent performance in both centralized and distributed applications, helping to reduce costs and increase efficiency in new energy projects.