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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.

  • European Q1 photovoltaic intelligence: demand, installation rate, module prices dropped


    European Q1 photovoltaic intelligence: demand, installation rate, module prices dropped

    There has been a small but steady decline since February, which represents a decline in demand for forecasts.     The company uses the Photovoltaic Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) to track demand based on more than 300 photovoltaic buyers. An index above 50 represents expected growth, equal to 50 represents stable growth, and below 50 represents expected decline.   The latest data shows that the index dropped from 73 points in February 2024 to 71 points in March, and then to 68 points in April, showing a slight downward trend.   Overall, however, the market is still growing, as sun.store points out: “Looking at the overall picture, April’s PV Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) reading would have been considered strong in any other industry, as Half of the respondents plan to increase purchases in May instead of April.   Growth has slowed due to a combination of flattening energy prices and high inflation. The energy crisis has pushed European household PV installations to a new level in 2022 and 2023, as consumers seek refuge from rising and more volatile electricity prices.   But today's lower electricity prices, coupled with the impact of high inflation, have made household photovoltaics less attractive.   Current European market prices for single-sided, double-sided and fully black modules. The first two saw price drops between March and April, while the all-black components saw a slight increase.   The decline in single-and bifacial prices was due to a March shortage of industrial and commercial modules in the 450-500 Wp power class, which was resolved in April.   Currently, the price of solar modules in Europe has reached a new low, second only to China. Finlay Colville, director of research at PV Tech, told an event in London last month that he expected module prices to remain depressed in Europe because importers have "no barriers" to entering the market.   Agata Krawiec-Rokita, CEO and co-founder of sun.store, said: “Installers and distributors are more inclined to stock up due to the expected seasonal demand surge in the first quarter and shortages of certain component types. Going into the summer, throughout the Demand in Europe will remain strong.

  • Sweden will add 200MW CIGS thin film solar cell factory


    Sweden will add 200MW CIGS thin film solar cell factory

    Swedish solar manufacturer Midsummer has chosen to build a 200MW thin-film solar cell manufacturing plant in the city of Flen in central Sweden.     The company will take over the plant in September this year and expects to start production in 2026 before scaling up to full capacity in 2028. What is interesting is that this new factory will produce copper indium gallium selenide (CIGS) thin film solar cells.   The plant will focus on lightweight and environmentally sustainable solar modules for commercial and industrial applications, as well as rooftops that cannot bear the weight of traditional crystalline silicon solar modules.   The project is one of three PV manufacturing projects that received financing last year through the European Commission’s EU Innovation Fund, along with module manufacturer Meyer Burger and Norwegian solar company NorSun.   Midsummer secured €32 million ($34.3 million) in financing for a CIGS thin-film solar cell factory.   Eric Jaremalm, CEO of Midsummer, said: “We had a number of locations to choose from in Sweden, but Flen met all our requirements, such as a suitable plant, a reliable power supply and local infrastructure conducive to this type of production.   Earlier this year, Jaremalm was appointed CEO of the company to accelerate its annual production capacity target of 250MW and build a second factory in Italy.

  • From PERC to TOPCon: Leading the evolution of solar technology


    From PERC to TOPCon: Leading the evolution of solar technology

    The solar industry is undergoing a dramatic shift, rapidly moving from Passivated Emitter and Rear Contact (PERC) technology to Tunnel Oxide Passivated Contact (TOPCon) technology.     The advantages of TOPCon are clear: higher efficiency, higher power generation and significantly lower levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) through reduced land, tracker and labor costs.   TOPCon technology improves the passivation path and minimizes electron recombination (or loss), thereby enhancing energy conversion. This advancement allows for ever-increasing efficiencies and the ability to install more components on land that allows limited space.   TOPCon also exhibits a bifacial power generation coefficient of 80% compared to PERC's 70%, thereby increasing the amount of power generated on the back of the module relative to the front. Finally, TOPCon has a better temperature coefficient than PERC, resulting in higher power generation in hot conditions.   Overall, TOPCon has a 1-2% advantage in power generation, depending on location, which can add millions of dollars in annual revenue to large solar farms.   Currently, TOPCon is more cost-effective than other n-type technologies. In contrast, the TOPCon ecosystem offers a wider range of equipment options and technology pathways, making converting production lines from PERC easier and more compatible, requiring only some additional equipment and layout space.   The warranty provisions of TOPCon and PERC have similar annual decay rates of approximately 0.4%. However, TOPCon has a lower first-year decay rate of 1%, compared to PERC’s 2%.   The transition to TOPCon is so fast that PERC will be a thing of the past in a few years.   According to the latest market intelligence from the Clean Energy Association (CEA), TOPCon is expected to account for half of global production capacity by the end of this year, and PERC capacity will drop below 25% and be completely phased out in 2028. While the U.S. market may lag slightly behind limited domestic supplies, TOPCon is gaining traction globally and manufacturers are ramping up production to meet surging demand.   As technology evolves rapidly, so does a learning curve. Any new production line will have a higher defect rate. Suppliers may also face delays in improving processes and failing to achieve promised efficiency and reliability goals.   PERC's widespread global adoption has led risk-averse end-device developers to avoid TOPCon for a while until more data becomes available. Likewise, some financiers may be cautiously waiting to see how TOPCon materializes. Still, they cannot delay it indefinitely, as the transition is already well underway.   The introduction of TOPCon adds a variable to the supply chain and EPC, making it more complex in the short term. Customers want to know how to navigate long-term supply agreements over the next few years.   Price remains a key factor in component sourcing strategies. As PERC components are phased out, manufacturers are slashing prices to make room for TOPCon. But PERC prices in the United States are not as low as in other regions, and the recent RFP resulted in a TOPCon price of $0.03 per watt.   Developers must carefully decide whether saving a few cents is worth sacrificing power generation, taking into account long-term profitability and the extended warranty offered by TOPCon.   While TOPCon is very close to being beneficial in almost all cases, it's not quite there yet. Developers need to evaluate whether using TOPCon or PERC is cost-effective on a project-by-project basis.   Additionally, component reliability and quality are critical, and third-party qualification testing is recommended to verify performance claims using real-time data and actual production statistics.   At CEA's work, we advise developers not to purchase products without seeing third-party qualification testing and verification. To ensure that TOPCon components meet the manufacturer's performance and reliability requirements, third-party audits, production monitoring and random testing are performed, along with accelerated testing in climate chambers that simulate decades of field use.   Customers considering multi-year supply agreements should prioritize suppliers with the capital and flexibility to increase TOPCon production as needed, as well as years of experience and R&D capabilities. In addition, suppliers with both PERC and TOPCon production lines have greater flexibility in purchasing strategies.   Additionally, developers must emphasize quality and reliability, as some manufacturers may cut corners to meet demand quickly.   The choice regarding contract duration is entirely client-specific and depends on their individual needs, risk tolerance and financiers. Some customers will only purchase from Tier 1 suppliers because they are confident of transitioning to new technology more quickly and are willing to pay a premium for this peace of mind.   However, there are others who may be willing to work with Tier 2 manufacturers to get price discounts and possibly access to the domestic content of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).   Only those large second-tier players that can differentiate themselves and demonstrate additional value by mitigating supply chain risks through UFLPA will be able to compete before the big players start to dominate again.   By prioritizing strong quality assurance programs, reliability and flexibility in procurement strategies, solar developers can transition from PERC to TOPCon with confidence.

  • 6GW! Australia's 'largest ever' renewable energy tender


    6GW! Australia's 'largest ever' renewable energy tender

    The Australian government will launch a 6GW renewable energy tender next month under its expanded Capacity Investment Plan (CIS). It will be the largest single renewable energy tender in the country's history.     The tender, which will be held in late May, will include around 2.2GW of dedicated capacity for projects in New South Wales under its Reliable Renewable Energy Plan. South Australia will also guarantee at least 300MW of capacity.   The Albanese government announced the expansion of the CIS in November 2023, aiming to guarantee 32GW of renewable energy generation and storage capacity.   In this latest announcement, the office of Climate Change and Energy Minister Chris Bowen said the Albanese Government and the New South Wales Government would work together to advance the "CIS and NSW Roadmap to a Single Consolidated Tender Process”.   The statement also said there would be a 500MW capacity tender for projects in Western Australia, expected to open "mid-year", subject to negotiations and final agreement. The first CIS auction in Victoria and South Australia opened in December last year, seeking dispatchable renewable energy generation and storage capacity of up to 600MW/2,400MWh.   A technical breakdown of the capacity available in the tender was not disclosed, other than to say it would seek "variable renewable energy projects" - mainly solar and wind - "for use in the National Electricity Market (NEM)".   Bowen said: “The rain doesn't always come as frequently, but we always have access to water because we store it for emergencies – and the same goes for our energy plan with reliable renewable energy. ”   "Our plan is to provide the market with the certainty and confidence it needs at a time when we need energy."   Australia's large-scale solar market started to falter last year, with Clean Energy Council (CEC) data showing just six new large-scale projects achieved financial close in the first nine months of 2023. PV Tech Power analyzed the situation in its Q4 2023 report.   As well as supporting deployment, earlier this month the government announced a plan to support domestic solar and clean energy manufacturing - what the Australian Prime Minister called "a new competitive arena in international relations".

  • Biden announces $7 billion residential solar support plan!


    Biden announces $7 billion residential solar support plan!

    The U.S. government will announce $7 billion in grants for residential solar projects that will power more than 900,000 homes in low- and moderate-income communities in the United States.     President Joe Biden made the announcement on April 22 to celebrate Earth Day 2024.   The White House said Biden will announce $7 billion in grants through the Environmental Protection Agency's Solar for All grant competition, a key component of the Inflation Reduction Act's $27 billion greenhouse gas reduction fund.   Recipients of the grants will serve every U.S. state and territory by developing "long-term" solar projects to provide residential solar to approximately 1 million homes in low-income and disadvantaged communities.   The U.S. government estimates that the program will save more than $350 million in electricity bills annually, equivalent to $400 per household.   The plan will also be part of the U.S. government's goal to direct 40% of federal clean energy investment proceeds to disadvantaged communities.   Between 2012 and 2022, U.S. rooftop solar capacity increased tenfold, with small solar power generation growing rapidly from 5,959 GWh in 2012 to 61,281 GWh in 2022, driven by the rapid spread of home installations.   In 2022, residential solar systems will generate 39,510 GWh, accounting for 64% of the electricity generated by small solar installations in the United States, while commercial solar systems will generate a total of 17,724 GWh.   Although the growth in rooftop solar generation accounts for only 1.5% of all electricity consumption in the United States, at 2022 demand levels, rooftop solar generation could generate electricity equivalent to about 45% of all electricity sales nationwide.

  • By the end of 2023, Poland's cumulative photovoltaic installed capacity has exceeded 17GW


    By the end of 2023, Poland's cumulative photovoltaic installed capacity has exceeded 17GW

    According to the Institute of Renewable Energy (IEO), a Polish research organization, Poland's cumulative installed photovoltaic capacity has exceeded 17GW by the end of 2023.     As of the end of December 2023, Poland's cumulative installed photovoltaic capacity reached 17,057 MW, ranking first among all renewable energy sources. This is followed by wind power (9428MW) and hydropower (979MW).   Poland’s newly installed photovoltaic capacity reached 4.6GW last year. IEO calculated this number based on another study released in May 2023. As of the end of 2022, Poland's cumulative installed photovoltaic capacity exceeded 12.4GW.   In recent years, Poland's installed photovoltaic capacity has continued to grow. According to IEO data, as of the end of the third quarter of 2023, the number of photovoltaic projects in Poland that have been approved for grid connection reached 18GW.   IEO said that as of the third quarter of 2023, a total of 6,929 projects have obtained grid connection permissions. Compared with the information at the end of the first quarter of 2023 in the previous database, the number of projects increased by 41% and the total power generation increased by 46%.   Recently, Polish transmission system operator Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne (PSE) announced a plan to invest 64 billion zlotys ($16 billion) in new transmission lines by 2034.   In its new draft development plan for 2025-2034, the Polish transmission system operator plans to add more than 4,800 kilometers of 400kV lines to upgrade the Polish power grid and add 45GW of photovoltaic capacity to the grid by 2034, of which large-scale ground-mounted photovoltaic is about is 20GW, and rooftop PV is about 25GW.   In its updated national energy and climate plan, Poland aims to have 29.3GW of installed PV capacity by 2030, 22GW more than the previous version of the national energy and climate plan submitted in 2019.

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