LONGi’s high-power Hi-MO5 modules to gain traction in Pakistan

LONGi is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a 20 MW module supply contract by Attock Cement Pakistan Limited (ACPL) for our high-power, large format Hi-MO 5 PV modules of up to 540Wp. In early December 2020, ACPL concluded a multi-party agreement with PROTECH (as EPC contractor for the project), LONGi (as module supplier) and TBEA (as inverter supplier) along with Attock Energy (Private) Limited as lead consultant for erection, procurement and commissioning of the solar project. The project will be set up in Balochistan and is scheduled to commence operations in the second quarter of 2021.

ACPL’s decision to partner with LONGi for its first PV power plant investment is one that was carefully considered and is therefore a clear indicator of their trust in LONGi’s ability to deliver. Despite the challenges faced in terms of logistics and a constrained solar supply chain, LONGi has successfully delivered all its orders well in time and at competitive price points. LONGi has always supported its customers’ in their project development plans.

The Hi-MO 5 series, which was launched in June 2020, is likely to witness high demand in the country, especially for utility-scale solar projects. Based on the M10 (182mm) standard gallium doped monocrystalline wafers, this high-performance module with conversion efficiency over 21%, has been developed to deliver class leading value to utility scale applications. Hi-MO 5 will bring optimal LCOE to ultra large-scale PV projects.

Prior to the signing of the 20-MW Hi-MO 5 contract with ACPL, LONGi successfully shipped 325 kW of its Hi-MO5 series modules to Bright Brothers in Pakistan for their upcoming solar power project. The orders highlight LONGi’s rapidly growing traction in Pakistan’s solar power sector. With a local team and deep understanding of the local PV market and its expertise as a global leader in solar innovation, LONGi will continue to play a pivotal role in Pakistan’s transformation towards a renewable energy ecosystem.

Source: LONGI




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