RENA Technologies to win several large-scale orders for crystalline silicon solar cell production for the Asian solar market

The machine manufacturer RENA Technologies GmbH has secured some substantial large-scale orders in the last three months for crystalline silicon solar cell production. The orders, placed by three leading PERC solar cell manufacturers from Asia, amount to a production capacity of over 10 gigawatts and equate to an order volume worth tens of millions of euros. This strengthens the Black Forest-based machine manufacturer’s healthy order book and keeps its capacity utilization high.

“With our state-of-the-art production platforms BatchTex N and InOxSide+®, we can ensure the ideal surface quality for our customers’ highly efficient solar cells,” highlights Dr. Christian Peter, Vice-President Sales at RENA Technologies. “With regard to quality and cost of ownership, therefore, our machines are continuing to set the benchmark for the market.”

Alongside machinery, RENA Technologies’ R&D department also develops performance additives and production processes in order to guarantee the best surface quality at maximum throughput.

“We truly appreciate the confidence that our long-standing Chinese customers put in us,” underlines RENA Technologies’ CEO Peter Schneidewind. “With the new large-scale orders, the solar industry sector is contributing to the further growth of the company alongside the semiconductor, glass and medical technology sectors. We are internationally recognized as a global leader in technology, particularly on the Chinese market, where we are excellently positioned.”

Story Source: RENA Technologies

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