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39 firms band together to form PV alliance

DUBAI, July 20, 2020

Some 39 photovoltaic companies have come together to form the 600W+ Photovoltaic Open Innovation Ecological Alliance, which aims to create a new collaborative and innovative ecosystem through open collaboration, synergising the main resources of the industry chain and integrating core processes such as R&D, manufacturing and applications. 
 
In a declaration adopted by the alliance, member companies said they would work together to build products, systems and standards for a next-generation technology platform, committing to maximize the customer values of 600W+ ultra-high power modules and other related solutions at the application end.
  
PV is becoming one of the strongest driving forces for energy transformation. To bring more value to customers and promote sustainable development of the PV industry, open innovation is critical. The member companies come from upper, middle and lower streams of the industrial value chain, such as silicon, wafers, cells, modules, trackers, inverters, materials and equipment manufacturers.
 
Member companies of the alliance include:
 
Arctech Solar Holding, China Datang Corporation, China Energy Engineering Group, Heilongjiang Electric Power Design, China General Certification Center, Cybrid Technologies, DB Schenker Logistics, DNV GL Singapore, East China Electric Power Design Institute of China Power Engineering Consulting Group, Flat Glass Group, Hangzhou First Applied Material, Huawei Technologies, Huadian New Energy Technology Development Company of China Huadian Engineering, Irico (Hefei) Photovoltaic, JA Solar Holdings, Jiangsu Huansheng Photovoltaic, Kelongwei Automation Equipment, Nextraker, PowerChina Guizhou Engineering, PowerChina Jiangxi Electric Power Construction, Risen Energy, SC New Energy Technology Corporation, Sineng Electric, SMA Solar Technology, SPIC (Beijing) New Energy Investment, SUN YAT-SEN UNIVERSITY Solar Research Institute, Sungrow Power Supply, Suzhou Maxwell Technology, Suzhou Run Sunshine Technology, Tianjin Zhonghuan Semiconductor, Trina Solar, Triumph Science & Technology, TÜV NORD Group, TÜV Rheinland (China), TÜV Süd Certification and Testing (China), UL CCIC, Wuxi Shangji Automation, Xiaoniu Automation Equipment, Xinyi Glass (Anhui) Holdings, and Yonz Technology (Changzhou) 
 
Founded in 1997, Trina Solar is a leading global PV and smart energy total solution provider. The company engages in PV products R&D, manufacture and sales; PV projects development, EPC, O&M; smart micro-grid and multi-energy complementary systems development and sales, as well as energy cloud-platform operation. In 2018, Trina Solar launched Energy IoT brand, established the Trina Energy IoT Industrial Development Alliance together with leading enterprises and research institutes in China and around the world, and founded the New Energy IoT Industrial Innovation Center. With these actions, Trina Solar is committed to working with its partners to build the energy IoT ecosystem and develop an innovation platform to explore New Energy IoT, as it strives to be a leader in global intelligent energy. On 10 June 2020, Trina Solar issues first A-Shares on Shanghai Sci-Tech Innovation Board, becomes the first PV product, PV system and smart energy company listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange Science and Technology Innovation Board, also known as the STAR MARKET. –Tradearabia News Service



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