Chinese manufacturer Talesun Solar has signed a 250 MW PV module supply agreement with Indian renewable energy developer Clean Solar Power (Bhainsada) Private Limited. The 250 MW modules will be deployed in Clean Solar Power’s ground-mounted solar power project in India’s Rajasthan state.
As per the agreement, Talesun Solar will supply its BIPRO series bifacial modules based on 10-busbar half-cut cell technology that maintains first-year degradation at less than 2% and linear attenuation at no more than 0.45%.
“By using this technology coupled with the bifacial PV cell technology, the product supports an increase of between 5% and 25% in power generation efficiency,” read a Talesun statement.
According to data from the Central Electricity Authority of India, as of December 31, 2021, India reached a cumulative 151GW of renewable energy generation capacity – including large hydro. This includes at least 49.3 GW in installed solar PV capacity. There is a huge growth potential for the PV segment in India, given the nation’s commitment to installing 500 GW of non-fossil fuel-based energy capacity and generating 50% of its electricity through renewable energy sources by 2030.
“India is one of the world’s fastest-growing and most dynamic emerging solar markets,” Shuguang Dong, President of Talesun Solar commented. “The collaboration with Clean Solar Power demonstrates Talesun Solar’s strong presence in the market while helping increase market share and brand awareness in 2022 by laying a solid foundation for further expansion in India and other markets across the region.”
Founded in 2010, Talesun has over ten years of experience in supplying PV modules to international markets. The company recently inked a contract to supply 222 MW bifacial modules for a US Solar Park.
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