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As a manufacturer of solar modules and solar energy storage batteries, We not only provides customers with high-quality products, we also provide customers with the design and configuration of one-stop solar system solutions.

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With the concept of "clean energy is the future", we are committed to providing customers with solar energy solutions,to provide customers with clean energy and reduce energy bills.

WEUP Power Co., Ltd was established in 2008. We mainly produce and sell solar modules and solar energy storage batteries. With the concept of "clean energy is the future", we are committed to providing customers with solar energy solutions,to provide customers with clean energy and reduce energy bills. Since its establishment, we have provided solar energy solutions to customers in more than 60 countries around the world. The total installed capacity exceeds 6GW. And it has established a stable cooperative relationship with more than 60 customers around the world.





We have advanced solar module production equipment, capable of producing different types of modules. Every production link is strictly checked to ensure that the products delivered to customers have no quality problems. After more than ten years of research and development, our production lines and technologies have become very mature and have won unanimous praise from customers.









As a manufacturer of solar modules and solar energy storage batteries, We not only provides customers with high-quality products, we also provide customers with the design and configuration of one-stop solar system solutions, including On-grid systems, Off-grid systems and energy storage system. The purpose is to make it easier for customers to understand and install solar energy systems. Before sales, we will provide customers with comprehensive and easy-to-understand program designs. After sales, we will provide customers with detailed installation instructions.

Social Responsibility

As a socially responsible company, we have provided night lighting for many areas in Africa with unstable electricity. This enables children in Africa to study at night and greatly facilitates the lives of local residents. We provide them with very cheap solar modules, to make affordable cost.

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TOPCon 600W Solar Module
N-Type 600W TOPCon Solar PV Panel

N Type TOPCon Solar Technology. 18BB, 585-600W

TOPCon Solar Panel
N-Type 450W 440W All Black TOPCon Solar PV Panel

N Type TOPCon Solar Technology. Full Black PV Module, 18BB, 440-450W

MBB solar panel 550w
550W High Efficieny 9bb Mono Perc 182mm Half Cell PV Solar Panel

Monocrystalline MBB With 182mm Cells Mono PERC Half-cut Technology, 144 Cells 525W 530W 540W 550W.

Solar Cell Panel
460W Mono PERC 144 Cells Solar Panel 9BB Half Cut Photovoltaic Panel

With 166mm Cells Mono PERC with MBB & Half-cut Technology. Power from 440W to 460W

full black shingled solar panel
430W Monocrystalline Full Black Shingled Solar Power Panel

With Monocrystalline Shingled Mono Solar Cells, 410W 420W 430W 

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420W Full Black 10BB Mono PERC 182mm Half Cell PV Solar Panel

Monocrystalline MBB With 182mm Cells Mono PERC Half-cut Technology, 108 Cells 410W 415W 420W.

500w PV panel
500W Mono Half Cut MBB Solar Energy PV Panel

Monocrystalline MBB With 182mm Cells Mono PERC Half-cut Technology, 500W.

490W Shingled PERC solar panel
490W Monocrystalline PERC Shingled PV Module Solar Panel

With Monocrystalline Shingled Mono Solar Cells, 480W 485W 490W 


We has supplied solar panels, inverters, mounting system, battery and all in one solar power systems all over the world.


An on grid system uses solar panels to generate electricity from sunlight. Excess power is exported to the utility grid, and similarly, when the household requires more power, those needs are met by imports from the grid. The on grid inverter enables homes to not just import power from the utility, but the export of power to the utility as well. No battery storage: They don’t include any form of energy storage to store solar power. This makes grid-tied solar systems simpler to install, and cheaper.  

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An off-grid solar system permits electricity to be harnessed by solar panels and stored inside a battery without direct connection to the utility grid, providing an independent power supply to your home or business. Basically, an off-grid solar system is a novel innovation which provides you independent energy harnessed by the sun.

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Hybrid solar systems generate power in the same way as a common grid-tie solar system but use special hybrid inverters and batteries to store energy for later use. This ability to store energy enables most hybrid systems to also operate as a backup power supply during a blackout, similar to a UPS system. Traditionally the term hybrid referred to two generation sources such as wind and solar, but in the solar world, the term 'hybrid' refers to a system which uses a combination of solar and batteries that can interact with the electricity grid. 

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    ABOUT BIPV Glass / Glass   BIPV glass solar modules are valued for their properties of longevity and resistance to environmental conditions. Therefore glass/glass module technology is recognized and are most commonly used solution in the BIPV market. Not only are these modules a great construction material for buildings, but having energy generation in mind, allows such building to stand out in emerging smart city environment. BIPV glass panel customization options from WEUP provides architects with freedom of choice to design and implement visually unique energy efficient solar facades.     SIZE Solar Modules Size Options   WEUP Power manufacturing capabilities allow flexible variations in module sizes, cell arrangement and module shape. Here we provide most commonly used solar panel options, though other sizes,transparency, cell arrangement, JB and other options are possible on demand.   Width: 150mm – 1700mm Lengths: 150mm – 4000mm     SHAPE Solar Modules Shape Options   Full black modules are used when complete fusion with an object and invisibility is required.     ARRANGEMENT Cell Arrangement Variations   In our produced solar panels cells can be arranged customly on your demand.     GLASS BIPV Module Styles   Besides standard BIPV glass modules We offer variety of glass module options.       Full black modules Visually attractive modules are often used when complete fusion and invisibility are required. Although this technology has lower light transmission and energy generation properties compared to transparent glass modules.   · With satin glass · With float glass       Terracotta tile modules Terracotta glass modules are often used for BIPV projects to achieve exceptional solar facade design or as a roof solution, in most cases acting as a terra cotta style roof tile. In some cases this solution is chosen for projects that focuses on architectural heritage or old town areas where strong limitations are present.   · With terracotta colored glass       Colored glass modules Installation advantages of using such colored glass option is that solar cells are almost invisible.   · 12 dynamic colors             THICKNESS Modules Thickness Options               Glass / Glass Glass thickness: 3mm – 6mm Module thickness: 7.5mm – 13.5mm             Glass / Backsheet Glass thickness: 3mm – 6mm Module thickness: 4.5mm – 7.5mm                 COLORS Solar Glass Colors                                      

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We has supplied solar panels, inverters, mounting system, battery and all in one solar power systems throughout the world.

  • Breaking through 30GW! Italian photovoltaics exceed expectations


    Breaking through 30GW! Italian photovoltaics exceed expectations

    According to data from the Italian Solar Industry Association (Italia Solare), Italy will add 5.23GW of new photovoltaic installed capacity in 2023, which is significantly higher than the industry body’s forecast of 4GW of new installed capacity. This is also the highest annual installed capacity since 2011. quantity.     This news is very encouraging for the Italian solar industry. New grid-connected power stations in this industry increased by 85% compared with the previous year, and new grid-connected power generation increased by 111% compared with 2022.   The industry is also increasingly reliant on large-scale projects. Italia Solare pointed out that in the third quarter of 2023, Italy added 341MW of new capacity in what it calls "large power stations" (power capacity of more than 10MW). From January 2020 to September 2023, the capacity connected to the grid through large power stations is 420MW.   The Italian solar energy industry relies heavily on distributed power generation. Half of the installed capacity in 2023 will come from the commercial and industrial sector (C&I), 28% will come from the household sector, and 22% will come from the ground photovoltaic sector. This is different from other European markets.   Solar Power Europe predicts that ground-mounted PV projects will lead the development of installed capacity in Europe in 2023, accounting for 34% of all operating capacity, with industrial and commercial solar accounting for 33%. In comparison, commercial and industrial solar accounted for 40% of Europe's total PV installations in 2020.   The Italian solar industry is also extremely dependent on the household sector. Italia Solare reported that 43% of new power generation in 2023 will come from the household sector. This is largely driven by the government's "super bonus" scheme.   With new installations growing, Italy's solar industry now has 30.28GW of installed capacity, more than one-third of the 80GW target in its latest National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) submitted to the EU last year. As shown in the figure above, this significantly exceeds the 52GW target capacity in the 2019 version of the NECP and ranks second among EU countries, behind Germany.   Visctontini said growing demand for new solar projects in Italy, driven by government policies and supportive fiscal incentives for the household industry, has also made the sector more resilient than expected. The industry has been able to withstand the impact of external market factors, such as fluctuations in electricity prices.   The increase in energy prices has had an important impact on the grid connection of industrial photovoltaic systems. The average grid connection interval of such systems is 6-9 months," explained Visctontini. "Electricity price fluctuations have slowed down the project grid connection time, but it has not affected people’s interest in the project. "   "However, this trend... did not stop when energy prices began to fall, and this is because companies have fully understood the advantages of photovoltaics, which allows them to ensure energy prices for at least 20 years, protecting companies from Risks of further price surges."

  • After many component factories stopped production! European photovoltaic manufacturing on the verge of collapse


    After many component factories stopped production! European photovoltaic manufacturing on the verge of collapse

    This comes after Meyer Burger announced plans to abandon its component plant in Germany. The European Solar Manufacturing Council (ESMC) has once again called for urgent measures to support the continent's photovoltaic manufacturing industry. There are fears the industry will collapse.     According to the ESMC, European manufacturers are competing with "heavily subsidized foreign PV module manufacturers" whose low prices "create an unfair playing field." Four months before this, REC Group had announced the withdrawal of its polysilicon production in Norway.   ESMC warned that this price dumping and the consequent closures and shutdowns of recent months could be the beginning of a complete collapse of the industry unless emergency measures are taken immediately.   It noted that the EU's benchmark is to produce 40% of the necessary net-zero technologies by 2030 and said, "If nothing is done now, there will be no industry to count on by 2030."   Chinese solar manufacturers occupy an absolutely dominant position in the international market, and the popularity and low cost of solar photovoltaics are largely attributed to these companies.   "For the entire EU photovoltaic manufacturing industry, losing almost all European photovoltaic module producers now will have irreversible negative consequences," ESMC policy director Žygimantas Vaičiūnas said in a statement.   "The European Commission has adopted a temporary crisis and transition framework in 2023, some member states plan to provide REPowerEU financing for EU photovoltaic manufacturing, a net-zero industry bill and forced labor regulations are being legislated. If emergency measures cannot be taken by mid-February at the latest , then all these incentives will be of no avail."   Meyer Burger also hinted at a mid-February date in its German production suspension announcement. The company said a "final decision must be made by late February."   Meyer Burger is equipping its new components plant in Arizona, which will receive more than $36 million in tax breaks under the Inflation Reduction Act.   But it will take months or years for these legislations to come into effect, and the ESMC believes that European solar manufacturers are running out of time.

  • Meyer Burger closes German component plant! Withdraw from the European market


    Meyer Burger closes German component plant! Withdraw from the European market

    Photovoltaic manufacturer Meyer Burger has decided to close its module plant in Germany and focus on its US operations.   Meyer Burger said the lack of adequate measures to create a level playing field in Europe (such as flexible incentive schemes) was the reason for the closure of the factory. "A final decision must be made by the end of February," the company said.     Meyer Burger's Arizona plant will have an annual production capacity of 2GW of heterojunction modules. Just days after the unveiling of equipment and machinery acceptance at the Arizona plant, Meyer Burger is preparing to close the Freiberg plant in Germany as early as early April 2024, which will affect nearly 500 employees.   Meyer Burger's exit from the European module market follows the closure of several other PV manufacturing companies in Europe, such as REC Group and its polysilicon plant in Norway, as well as Norsun. Norsun stopped silicon ingot production in September 2023, but later announced plans to build a 5GW silicon wafer factory in the United States.   Despite the EU passing the Net Zero Industries Act in November, the goal of establishing in-house solar manufacturing within the bloc remains elusive.   Meyer Burger's cell production in Thalheim, Germany, will not be affected by this decision and will continue to support the company's module production in the United States. Equipment and R&D sites in Switzerland and Germany will also not be affected by these measures and will continue to support the company's operations outside Europe.   In conjunction with the announcement, Meyer Burger is pursuing strategic partnerships to accelerate commercialization of its technology, enabling faster growth and solidifying U.S. supply chains while reducing capital requirements.   Meyer Burger CEO Gunter Erfurt said that the Goodyear module plant is expected to be put into production in the second quarter of 2024.   "The closure of Germany's most advanced component production plant, less than three years after it opened, is a decision we would like to avoid. However, since legislators have long failed to make a firm commitment on measures to create a level playing field, we are prepared to Execute restructuring plan.   In the long term, the company foresees significant development potential in the United States, with 5.4GW of offtake agreements signed to date."

  • European photovoltaic manufacturing: scaling up and innovating!


    European photovoltaic manufacturing: scaling up and innovating!

    An updated report from the European Photovoltaic Technology and Innovation Platform (ETIP PV) points out that Europe must find a balance between the need to rapidly expand photovoltaic capacity and innovation to maintain competitiveness.     The white paper "PV Manufacturing in Europe: Ensuring Resilience through Industrial Policy" is an update to the previous white paper written in May 2023 and explores some of the challenges faced by policymakers in the area of resilience in solar manufacturing within Europe.   ETIP PV believes that if expanding scale and improving cost competitiveness are the top priorities for the industry's short-term resilience, then for the long-term resilience of the European photovoltaic market, investment in research, innovation and high-quality products and achieving large-scale launch are equally important.   In December 2022, the European Commission launched the European Solar PV Industry Alliance, signaling its ambition to expand internal solar capacity. At that time, the alliance’s goal was to achieve an annual production capacity of 30GW across the entire value chain by 2025.   Support for European solar equipment manufacturers is needed due to a lack of gigawatt-scale integrated PV manufacturing in Europe, increasing competition from Asian equipment manufacturers and technology solutions around investment in R&D, the report said.   Risks become very common if you choose a technology with low market penetration or invest in developing equipment that will not generate turnover. Therefore, solar companies must eliminate risk factors and commit to investing in the future development of their products and services, ETIP PV said.   The main challenge for policymakers and solar industry stakeholders is how to effectively implement resilience requirements while taking into account the impact of these measures on new investments within Europe and the cost of new PV projects in this region.   Since photovoltaic technology cycles are short, in five years or less new technologies may become available and investments in then-current technologies may become obsolete or, at least in terms of performance, unable to compete at the same level.   In addition, the report highlights the current industrial policy challenges facing Europe, namely how the PV industry can keep pace with emerging new technologies such as perovskites.   "In the next few years, Europe needs to make concerted efforts to transform its leading position in perovskite innovation over the years into industry competitiveness and lay the foundation for the sustainable development of the entire European photovoltaic industry."

  • Germany adds 14GW of photovoltaic installed capacity!


    Germany adds 14GW of photovoltaic installed capacity!

    In 2023, Germany will add approximately 14GW of solar power capacity, of which the residential part will account for nearly half of the new capacity.   In 2023, Germany will add approximately 14GW of solar power installed capacity, of which the household part accounts for nearly half of the new capacity.     The German Solar Energy Industry Association said that Germany’s newly installed solar capacity increased by about 85% year-on-year last year. In 2022, German developers will add approximately 7.5GW of new solar installed capacity. Of the new solar installed capacity in 2023, about half (7GW) will come from the household sector, a year-on-year increase of 135%.   Ground solar power plants accounted for 31% of newly installed solar capacity (approximately 4.3GW), a year-on-year increase of 40%. Demand in this market segment will continue to grow this year, the association said, as "market barriers to obtaining suitable sites are removed and grid connections gain momentum".   Developers also added approximately 2.5GW of commercial rooftop solar capacity, a 75% year-on-year increase.   Carsten Körnig, general manager of the association, said further steps are needed to speed up the process and upgrade the grid faster. In addition, more energy storage capacity will be needed to support the growing share of solar capacity.   In addition, the association said that more than 1.5 million private homeowners are planning to install solar systems on their roofs.   Last year, Germany added more than 1 million solar installations, and the number of solar photovoltaic systems increased to 3.7 million, generating 62 billion kilowatt hours of electricity, accounting for 12% of Germany's electricity consumption.   Throughout 2023, Germany increased its installed photovoltaic capacity across the country and across multiple industries. For example, in the tender for solar installations in buildings and noise barriers held in November 2023, 88 bidding projects were awarded contracts, with a cumulative capacity of 191MW.   In order to promote the development of the German solar PV manufacturing supply chain, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection launched a call for expressions of interest last year, with the goal of establishing 10GW of solar PV capacity per year in the entire value chain from silicon to modules, with only modules The annual production capacity will reach at least 2GW.

  • Key markets in 2024: UK photovoltaic installations “explode”


    Key markets in 2024: UK photovoltaic installations “explode”

    Rystad Energy's forecast points out that from 2022 to September 2023, new residential and large-scale ground photovoltaic installations in the UK will be 2.9GW, bringing the total installed capacity in the UK to 18.1GW.     This marks a significant increase in solar PV installation rates compared with the 0.9GW added between 2021 and 2022.   This means that the installed solar photovoltaic capacity in 2023 will exceed that of the past six years combined.   The power services company revealed that this growth will continue, with the UK expected to reach 4.6GW of installed PV capacity by 2024.   However, since this technology is not centrally dispatched, solar energy will continue to be exported to the grid regardless of demand. Therefore, as photovoltaic capacity increases, wholesale electricity prices will plummet.   Drax's "Electric Insights" quarterly report also shows that the third quarter of this year was the lowest quarter in the UK's history, with emissions falling to 143g/kWh.   According to the electricity services company, this is the first time the UK has exceeded the 150g/kWh milestone in a quarter. Prior to this, the UK’s carbon intensity had stagnated since 2020, hovering at just under 180g/kWh.   The third quarter of 2023 will be the UK’s lowest ever carbon emissions quarter

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