According to PV-Tech news, Turkey-based renewables firm EkoRE has broken ground on the world’s first vertically integrated heterojunction (HJT) module factory in Turkey with an expected initial nameplate capacity of 1GW.
EkoRE held a ground-breaking ceremony on 11 March 2019, attended by Energy and Natural Resources Minister of Turkey Fatih Dönmez in the Bor Organized Industrial Zone of Niğde, Turkey.
The vertically integrated HJT plant will be the first in the world to integrate n-Type monocrystalline ingot and wafer production through to assembled solar modules at one manufacturing site.
EkoRE said that the n-Type Czochralski crystal pulling factory would have an initial nameplate capacity of 2GW, while the cell and module capacity would initially be 1GW each.
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