Seraphim signs 150MW PV module supply agreement with Raystech

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SERAPHIM-NEW-166-HALF-CELL-SERIES-SOLAR-MODULE-2. Image from Seraphim Energy Website

Solar products manufacturer Seraphim (formally Jiangsu Seraphim Solar System Co., Ltd.) has entered into a 150 MW photovoltaic modules supply agreement with Raystech Group, a leading wholesaler and importer of solar and electrical products in Australia and New Zealand.

“The long-term friendly cooperation between Seraphim and Raystech has laid the foundation for their joint exploration of the global distribution market,” said Polaris Li, president of Seraphim, adding that “Raystech has brought efficient and attractive Seraphim products with professional and appropriate services to the various regions via its distribution network in AustraliaNew ZealandSoutheast Asia and Europe. We are very optimistic about this cooperation.”

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Under the agreement, which was signed at the SNEC PV POWER EXPO 2020 in Shanghai, Seraphim will supply to Raystech its S3 series half-cell modules with power capacity up to 440W combined with a conversion efficiency exceeding 19.78 percent.

The S3 series half-cell modules integrate 166mm silicon cells with multi-busbar and half-cut cell technologies. The multi-busbar shortens the current transmission distance between the thin grid fingers, further reducing resistance loss. The half-cut process further reduces the internal electrical loss and mismatch, and also increases the overall conversion efficiency of the module by more than 5 percent.

The module also reduces the impact of hidden cracks and hot spot effects, thus improving performance, reliability and being ideal for large-scale industrial, commercial and ground-based power station projects in a wide range of developments.

Han Wei, CEO of Raystech said their cooperation will continue to inject fresh vitality into the global market and bring more advanced, more reliable and better-quality energy supply services to their global customers.

The latest agreement follows the signing of a 50MW solar modules supply agreement in June and demonstrates both companies’ commitment to the development of global clean energy.

Read the full media release via PR Newswire here. 

Image from Seraphim Website
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