DAS Solar and JinkoSolar have recently won the bid to supply 780 MW n-type modules to China Datang Corporation in the fourth quarter of 2022.
The winning modules from DAS Solar, based on 182 mm large-format wafers, have a conversion efficiency of 22.1% and up to 615 W power output. The product is designed to meet the needs in different application scenarios, including residential, commercial and industrial, and utility-scale installations.
“The n-type module, having passed three times IEC standard tests, guarantees 15 years of equipment warranty and 30 years of performance warranty. It’s degradation rate is less than 1% in the first year, and lower than 0.4% annually in the coming years. The power generation capacity will remain at around 87.4% even when the module reaches the end of its life in the 30th year,” said the company in a statement.
Incorporating eight innovative technologies, DAS Solar’s module is said to boast high efficiency, high bifaciality, low temperature coefficient and low degradation rate, and reduce LCOE for solar project owners.
As a manufacturer dedicated to the R&D and production of n-type solar cells and modules, DAS Solar claimed to have reached a lab efficiency of over 25.5% and 24.8% for its commercial solar cells.
The company’s n-type modules have won multiple major bids from China’s state-owned enterprises this year.
To meet the growing need for modules globally, DAS Solar has decided to ramp up its production capacity. On September 26, the company’s 1 GW n-type module facility was put into operation in Wuwei, Gansu province. The 3 GW module facility in Dongshan, a county in China’s coastal province Fujian, was also put into production on Sunday.
The company aims to reach a production capacity of 20 GW for n-type modules by the end of 2022. It will then become one of the world’s top three suppliers of n-type modules, said the company.
DAS Solar is also dedicated to providing more n-type products and solutions with higher cost-efficiency, and making the most of its advantages in different application scenarios.