Energy America To Provide 600MW Of Modules To Lebanon Market

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Energy America signed a partnership agreement with a leading distributor for a seven-year period to provide 600MW of modules for the Lebanon Market. Energy America will deliver 200MW of TOPCon n-type cell technology modules by 2023. The seven-year contract will meet the increasing energy demands of the country.


The ZLK series has been upgraded to include the latest technology in TOPCon cells and the 210mm module. Module efficiency is now up to 22.8% and power can reach 620W or 700W, depending on whether it’s for utility, residential, C&I, or C&I applications.

Energy America, the authorized distributor of Trina Solar in Lebanon will provide the latest n-type TOPCon TOPCON EA modules based on the 210mm technology to ensure high reliability and solid performances for partners.


Vice President, Middle East, Energy America, Gregory Powers commented, “We are proud of bringing our latest n-type TOPCon ZLK Module into the region. We are proud to have a long-lasting and successful relationship with the Lebanon market. This allows us to provide the power, reliability and efficiency needed to speed up the adoption of clean energies. We are pleased to see that more solar projects have been implemented in the area through our authorized distributor. We cater to the rapidly increasing demand for solar power in generating electricity for residential, industrial, and commercial needs, as well as farming and agriculture.”

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This agreement represents the beginning of a long-term partnership between Energy America and the largest solar distributor in Lebanon.

Energy America Solar has projected global growth of 12 to 15 GW by 2023. Energy America began its operations in Lebanon in 2010 and is now a market leader in Latin America.

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