France Carbon: Plans To Build 3.5GW Photovoltaic Modules + 5GW Solar Cell Factory

Recent At present, the project is in a preliminary financing stage, and some shareholders have promised to invest nearly 5 million euros, and it is expected to be completed in the first half of this year.

Carbon said that their heterogeneous knot solar module factory in Bouches-Du-Rhóne Fos-Sur-Mer in southern France will be fully put into production in 2025. At that time, the company's annual production capacity will reach 5GW solar cells and 3.5GW photovoltaic modules.

Carbon said: "The project considers 15 places in France, and finally chose to build factories with good traffic connections (such as roads, railways, and sea terminals). The location is located in an incentive measure to encourage sustainable industrial projects Established the center of the industrial zone. "

According to the Energy Transformation Minister Agnès Pannier-Runacher: "Carbon's discharge announcement is just France and Europe must quickly re-locate in the photovoltaic value chain to avoid a critical moment from one dependence to another."

The factory is planned to begin production in mid -2024 and is fully put into production in mid -2025. It will include three production workshops, focusing on silicon wafers, batteries and modules, and the technical route will use IBC or TOPCON.

We at BWN POWER believe that the demand for micro-home energy storage in France will continue to increase in the future, and we will also step up the research and development of all-in-one home energy storage machines that better adapt to market demand.

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