LONGi Philippines OneSky Commercial Project

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Project Overview

  • Project Type
    Industrial and Commercial DG
    Project Location
    Manila, Philippines
  • Project Capacity
    Product Type
    Hi-MO X6 Explorer
  • Application Scenarios
Technical Highlights
Extreme weather in the Philippines is frequent, and it is often hit by storms, floods, and high temperatures, while most of the photovoltaic modules are installed on rooftops, which are highly susceptible to extreme weather. Hi-MO X6 solar modules are the first to be welded on the back side, which has significantly improved the crack-resistant ability of the cell, and with its super front and back load, it can withstand the pressure of up to 5,400Pa and 2,400Pa respectively, without fear of rigorous testing and with excellent performance, can withstand wind pressure, reduce the bearing pressure of the roof, excellent weather resistance is not afraid even in high temperature and high humidity climate, and continues to output efficient energy for the cooperation.

Project Highlights

In the Philippines' energy market, heavily reliant on coal-based power, OneSky Aluminum stands as one of the heaviest consumers of power. On a day-to-day basis, operations at South-East Asia's largest aluminum factory lead to significant power usage up to roughly 2,173,913 kw monthly. By installing 1.3 MW of Hi-MO X6 solar modules, OneSky Aluminum saves up to 5,200 kWh per day, and 6,457 RMB bill cuts. Compared to the neighboring PERC power stations, Hi-MO X6 can save an additional 500 kWh daily.

Energy-saving isn't solely about cost reduction, it's also about playing a part in environmental-friendly actions and sustainability. In the Philippines, the non-ferrous metal industry is known to be a major contributor to carbon emissions. For the long run, the use of solar power is an optimal choice.

OneSky Aluminum's alliance with Hi-MO X6 doesn't merely reflect the pursuit of a power saving, but it also takes a defining step towards the Philippines' ambitious goal of achieving 35% renewable power generation by 2030.