Solar4America, a wholly owned subsidiary of SPI Energy, plans to begin manufacturing N-type heterojunction (HJT) solar cells in the United States.
This follows the company’s January announcement to increase solar module production to 2.4 GW at its factory in Sacramento, California. While the US Inflation Reduction Act has thus far incentivized many module manufacturers to begin production in the United States, cell and wafer manufacturing has yet to ramp up.
“The production of HJT solar cells aligns with our commitment to providing cutting-edge renewable energy technology while reducing carbon footprints globally,” said Denton Peng, chairman and CEO of SPI Energy.
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Source: PV Magazine
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