LONGi recently attended the Philippines Renewable Energy Summit 2023 in Manila, showcasing its advanced products and solutions. The event focused on vital topics such as utility and distributed solar energy, wind power, and battery storage systems in the Philippine market. LONGi participated in industry discussions, sharing its expertise as well as experience in energy transformation.
Global photovoltaics have entered the “terawatt era,” and LONGi is at the forefront of this revolution. Guided by the philosophy of ‘Steadfast and Reliable Technology Leadership’, LONGi continually enhances its innovation and advanced production capabilities, further promoting the continuous reduction of the Levelized Cost of Electricity (LCOE). Currently, LONGi has achieved remarkable breakthroughs in commercial CZ-Si wafers, elevating the conversion efficiency of solar cells to 33.5% (certified by ESTI). This milestone sets a new benchmark in the field of solar power generation, providing more reliable and efficient solutions for global energy transformation.
The Philippines, with its abundant renewable energy resources, presents immense potential for solar power generation. The government’s National Renewable Energy Program aims to reach a 35% share of renewable energy in electricity generation by 2030.
LONGi’s solutions cater to the specific needs of the Philippine market with its latest generation of high-efficiency modules, Hi-MO 7, which employs n-type HPDC cell technology, boasts a maximum power output of 610 W, and achieves a conversion efficiency of 22.5%. With higher bifaciality, superior temperature coefficient of power, better light-induced degradation resistance, and excellent performance under weak light conditions, Hi-MO 7 is particularly suitable for high surface reflectivity and high ambient temperature scenarios, making it an ideal fit for the Philippine market.
With a focus on localization and proximity to the market, LONGi continues to grow its position in international markets. LONGi’s participation in the summit reinforces its commitment to global energy transformation and a sustainable future.