(Expo Express) LONGi solar makes a high-profile appearance at Indian REI expo in September

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LONGi solar made a high-profile debut at the REI expo with “MONO is HERE” slogan, committed to making a monocrystalline wave in the Indian market.

As a heavyweight exhibitor, LONGi solar displayed six excellent modules for the Indian market, namely the conventional 60-cell and 72-cell modules, high-power low-attenuation PERC (Hi-MO1) 60-cell and 72-cell modules, a 72-cell 1500 module and a 60-cell double-glass module.

It’s noteworthy that, on September 8, the second day of the expo, Richard For, vice president of LONGi solar’s overseas business, accepted a field interview by EQ Magazine, a leading PV market media of India. According to Richard, the Indian market will continue to grow rapidly in 2017, which will cause more competitive pressure and price pressure, and only the PV companies providing real value and advocating correct cost structure can survive. 

LONGi solar has made a lot of efforts in the research and development of high-performance low-cost monocrystalline module technology, and our goal is to provide owners and investors with low-cost, high-performance module products. This is LONGi solar’s value presentation in the Indian market. 

In addition, LONGi solar announced that the 500MW cell and module plant soon to start production in Andhra Pradesh, India will also make a significant contribution to the 100GW ambition of the Indian market by 2020. 

At the release conference of the expo, Dr. XIE Tian, director of wafer division, delivered a speech on how LONGi solar’s monocrystalline system has improved the conversion efficiency to realize lower LCOE. 

As a platinum sponsor of the REI expo, LONGi solar attracted a lot of customers, media and a big professional audience with its outstanding brand image. 

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The Renewable Energy India (REI) expo, founded in 2007, is the largest international renewable energy expo in India or even South Asia. While maintaining the original features, the expo expanded from two halls in 2008 to six halls in 2014, and the exhibition area reached 60,000 m2 in 2016. As the expo has a strong government background, the exhibition effect is outstanding, the market prospect is broad, and the economic benefits are very remarkable.