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To reduce operational costs for solar energy operators, CECEP Solar Energy Technology (Zhenjiang) unveiled a range of PV products and systems at SNEC 2019 held from June 4 to 6, 2019. They included the company's "luminary lineup" - colorful PVB double-glass modules and high-effective half-cut cell modules. The presentation of CECEP's latest products comes amid the company's efforts to reach grid parity.

CECEP's newly launched colorful PVB double-glass module was the main highlight at the expo. PVB (Polyvinyl Butyral) is a material that makes glass durable and light in weight. 

Half-cell module

CECEP's other highlighted product was its highly effective half-cut cell modules in which solar cells are cut in half to boost a module's performance and durability. According to CECEP's deputy general manager, half-cell modules have become the dominant trend in the solar energy industry as they can increase generating capacity and guarantee more power output.

In 2018, CECEP began upgrading some of its critical infrastructures to meet the growing demand and in preparation for mass production of the modules has established a multi-function production line that can manufacture half-cell modules and PVB modules simultaneously.

According to the director of the recently upgraded Module Department, He Fei, the objective is to achieve mass production and automation. "We are aiming for a 500MW output of half-cell modules and double-glass modules for the module department," said He.

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