Wuxi Suntech showcased its latest high-efficiency PV modules at All-Energy Australia 2018. Held at the Melbourne Convention Centre, All Energy is one of Australia's largest clean and renewable energy events.
All-Energy Australia provides delegates with exclusive access to the latest technology, information and trends relevant to those working or investing in the renewables sector. This year the conference celebrated its 10th anniversary with over 180 companies and over 100 speakers joining to exhibit and discuss green energy under the theme -- The Future of Energy.
Wuxi Suntech showcased its broad portfolio of PV products and solutions for a variety of industrial, commercial and residential applications. Wuxi Suntech exhibited high-efficiency PV modules included: P-type PERC Bifacial module, PERC standard monocrystalline & polycrystalline module, PERC half-cell module. The PERC-series modules have won the high reputation from the clients, thanks to its superior power generation compared to the standard modules.
This is also the first time that Suntech-Yijia (the sister brand of Wuxi Suntech which focus on the residential solutions) has presented in the global market. With various of products such as standard, high-efficiency, smart and “Just roof” PV modules, Suntech-Yijia provides super solutions for the residential applications in Australia and visitors showed a strong interest in it during the exhibition.
With abundant sunshine resources, the Australian PV market has a deep relationship with Wuxi Suntech. The green energy roof of Sydney Opera House has been supplied with Wuxi Suntech´s PV modules. In terms of academic research, Wuxi Suntech maintains a long-term good relationship with the University of New South Wales to jointly promote the development of photovoltaic technology. This year, Wuxi Suntech and Biosar signed the contract for 100 MW of Australian PV power plant project, and all the PV modules have been delivered. Wuxi Suntech will continue to leverage its global R&D, manufacturing and sales networks to support Australia's shift to green energy and a more carbon-free economy.