Chint Solar (Zhejiang) Co., Ltd., also known as Astronergy, engages in the research, development, and manufacture of solar/photovoltaic (PV) modules in China. The company provides monocrystalline, polycrystalline, and a-Si/µc-Si tandem junction thin film PV modules for photovoltaic projects; and BOS components, such as PV mounting systems, inverters, array combiner boxes, DC and AC protection systems, transformers, and cables. Its solar modules and BOS components provide solutions for utility scale, off-grid systems, commercial and residential rooftop systems, solar power plants, and other systems and projects. The company serves customers in China, the United States, Australia, Germany, Spa...
1335 Binan Road
Founded in 2006
Astronergy Unveils New 4-Busbar Cell Technology
Sep 16 14
Astronergy announced it successfully developed new 4-busbar technology into PV cells and modules which are named Violin. Mass production of the Violin series will begin in September 2014. Compared to the traditional 3-busbar cells, the Violin PV cells will have better performance, including: Decreasing current transmission lost due to shorter distance between busbars; Reducing resistance between cell arrays; Increasing cell efficiency; Improving module conversion efficiency; Module power output up to 260/265W (60-cell); Lowering the risk of finger interruption with better screen printing; Higher dependability. All advantages of Violin PV cells will greatly benefit the customers.
Chint/Astronergy Announces Successful Completion of 10 MW Commercial Rooftop Power Plant in China
Jul 1 13
Chint/Astronergy announced that it has completed a 10 MW PV power plant in Hangzhou, China. The newly-built Hangzhou East Railway Station will play a vital role in transportation in the Yangtze River Delta area and the completion of a 10 MW PV power station on its rooftop shows the efforts made to balance energy consumption by utilizing solar power. The project occupies an area of 120,000 square meters and consists of 44,000 Astronergy Polycrystalline PV panels. Over 10,000,000 kWh is expected to be generated per annum in the future and a portion of the generated electricity will be used to offset lighting energy consumption within the huge building.