Production is located in New Jersey, the U.S., but the modules will be produced for both local and European markets. Initial capacity is 65 megawatts, however the company has said it will introduce another two phases over the next year.
It explained that the second ramp up will be completed with the commissioning of fully automatic backend equipment from 3S next May, while the third phase will involve a doubling of the manufacturing capacity, starting next September.
Stringing, lamination, and evaluation of the quality and output of the solar modules is all included under the integrated production line.
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