China’s Solarspace has inaugurated the first stage of a 16 GW n-type TOPCon solar cell manufacturing facility. The facility will also start producing high-efficiency TOPCon solar modules at the beginning of 2023.
The factory has currently an annual production capacity of 8 GW spread across 16 production lines. It will produce cells based on 182 mm and 210 mm wafers starting from the beginning of 2023.
The factory is expected to reach a total capacity of 16 GW, and is being built with an investment of CNY 10.5 billion ($1.47 billion). The company did not disclose when it would start operating the factory’s second phase.
Solarspace currently has a cell production capacity of 19 GW and 4.5 GW of module production.
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