HT-SAAE to Showcase the Brand New MULLTIWAY Series Module in Japan Exhibition of 2019

Source:Release time:2019-03-21 Page view:6342

The 12th Battery Expo BATTERY JAPAN will be held in Tokyo International Exhibition Center from Feb. 27th to Mar. 1st in 2019.Shanghai Aerospace Automobile Electromechanical Co., Ltd.(hereafter referred to as HT-SAAE) will launch the brand new MULTIWAY Multi-Busbar series photovoltaic module for the first time on the exhibition,

On this exhibition, HT-SAAE launched the brand new MULTIWAY series products, of which72 single crystal halfcut-cell Multi-Busbar modules have the single chip power up to 400 W. Owning to its situation of great energy consumption while with severe lack of natural resources, Japan is especially favor of the high power products. Ruan Zhongli, general manager of the branch office f of HT-ASSES, personally led the team to the exhibition. He said, "it is our great pleasure to welcome all new and old clients in PV EXPO, and take Japan as the first place where to launch the products of high-efficiency. We attach great importance on efficiency and quality of products by the annual investment of over 10 million dollars in R&D. As the large-sized state-owned enterprise in the aerospace industry, we will make full use of the traditional strength in aerospace technology, making more efficient and stable products rolling out to meet the market demand."

During the exhibition, HT-SAAE has received many new and old clients from the global market for visits and inquiries. Among them, Liu Xiangmin, vice general manager and also as the member of party group of State Power Investment Corporation Limited (SPIC), and Wang Yundan, chairman and secretary of the party committee of Shanghai Electric Power of SPIC, who led the SPIC team to our company's booth, were received and provided with detailed introduction of the newly launched MULTIWAY series products by Ruan Zhongli. The leaders of SPIC spoke highly of the new series of products and expressed their expectation of more closed cooperation with HT-ASSE in space photovoltaic.

Text/Photo Chen Tingting