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The first solar module factory in Slovakia

The first solar module factory in Slovakia

Mar 22, 2022

Slovakian manufacturer Agora Solar plans to build a 150-megawatt plant in Vranow in the east of the country. The plant will produce glass panels and could have a capacity of 500 megawatts by 2024.


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Slovakia-based Agora Solar a.s. is planning to build a 150MW solar module factory in Vranow in the east of the country. The company said it had identified a suitable building in an industrial park in the region that could eventually have a capacity of 500 megawatts by 2024. Production activity is expected to start in the second quarter, with a 50 MW line. Agora Solar has deliberately selected a production line that can be converted to other formats at short notice, noting that it also plans to produce translucent glass-to-glass modules for building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) systems. These products should have up to 50% transparency and are also suitable for agricultural photovoltaics. Almost all solar modules should have a bifacial configuration, and the company is ready to offer a 30-year performance guarantee.In addition to Slovakia, Agora Solar also wants to sell its products in the Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

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