The multinational clean energy company, Hanergy Thin Film Power Group, is attending the world’s major PV tradeshow SNEC this year in Shanghai from June 4-6. Hanergy along with its four overseas subsidiary companies, namely Alta Devices, Solibro, GES, and MiaSolé, exhibited their latest solar solutions.
At booth number W1-310, Hanergy featured four designated zones to showcase varied technology from its four overseas subsidiaries – Alta Devices, Solibro, GES, and MiaSolé, including Solibro’s SlideIn PV System (Waterproof), Solliking series Building integrated Photovoltaic modules using Solibro’s technology, GSE’s PowerFLEX Thin Film Solar Module, MiaSolé Flex-03W Module, and a drone using Alta Devices technology, besides traditional Hanergy solar power housing and mobile energy products, like solar powered rooftops, walls, bricks, backpacks, and power banks.
Mike Ma, Vice President of Global Business Development, Sales and Marketing at MiaSolé said, “Our thin-film solar technology overcomes the limitations of rigid glass panels, and our continuous research into improving our technology has provided an increase in power output of almost 10 per cent. Our flexible solar module weighs 85 per cent less than standard glass panels, allowing our modules to go where glass solar panels can’t.”
Lv Yuan, Vice President of Hanergy Thin Film Power Group said, “At Hanergy, we particularly lay a lot of emphasis on attending prestigious conferences and exhibitions alike SNEC 2019, as it gives us an opportunity to touch base our target clientele and understand their varied needs. We think it’s vital for a company of our stature, to be present at such platforms essentially to draw significant global clientele, and more so promote mobile energy as an integral part of the future energy at global level.”
On the sidelines of the conference, Hanergy also signed a cooperation agreement with TÜV Rheinland, as per which TÜV will provide training to the company to expedite its product certification. Wu Di, Vice President of Hanergy Thin Film Power Group and Chief Quality Officer, and Chris Zou, Vice President in Solar Services of TÜV Rheinland Greater China, signed the agreement on behalf of respective companies.