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JH Solar empowers Africa’s lighting revolution at Solar Show Africa 2024

From March 18 to 20, 2024, The Solar Show Africa 2024 illuminated the halls of the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. As the region’s premier solar energy exhibition, it drew over 300 exhibitors and numerous visitors from around the globe. Among them, JH Solar stood out, showcasing its innovative PERC single-glass and TOPCon double-glass PV modules at booth NO.B162.

JH Solar empowers Africa's lighting revolution at Solar Show Africa 2024

JH Solar’s modules garnered significant attention at the exhibition, with throngs of visitors flocking to their booth to inquire about their offerings. The allure of JH TOPCon modules lies not only in their high efficiency and low loss but also in their impeccable design and aesthetic appeal. Praised widely were the JH Solar blue shark double-glass modules, distinguished by their lower attenuation, enhanced high-temperature power generation performance, increased double-sided returns, and superior low-light performance. Tailored to various applications, these modules suit centralized ground power stations, industrial and commercial distributed power stations, and household distributed power stations alike.

The Current Energy Landscape in Africa

Africa faces a significant energy deficit, hampering its economic growth prospects. On average, an African consumes a mere 200 KWH of electricity annually, with many countries falling below the 100 KWH mark (compared to 6,500 KWH in Europe and 13,000 KWH in the United States). Grid coverage remains scant, with only about one-sixth of countries boasting coverage exceeding 30%, and many languishing below the 10% mark. Traditional fuel wood still dominates energy consumption in many regions.

JH Solar's booth at Solar Show Africa 2024

Despite these challenges, Africa is blessed with abundant solar resources, boasting 60% of the world’s best solar energy potential and receiving vertical sunlight across three-quarters of its landmass. The International Energy Agency predicts a surge in solar module installations in Africa in the coming years, with a projected total installed capacity of 125 GW by 2030.

JH Solar’s Commitment to Africa

Recognizing Africa’s vast photovoltaic potential, JH Solar has strategically positioned itself in the African market. Beyond commercial interests, the company aspires to contribute to local photovoltaic infrastructure development through diverse cooperation methods, including product sales, local dealer partnerships, and investments in power stations. In alignment with the World Bank’s “lighting Africa” initiative, JH Solar seeks to play a pivotal role in illuminating the continent’s future through sustainable energy solutions.


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