LONGi has set a new record for being the first solar brand to exceed 20GW in shipments of PV modules in 2020. Since its foundation in 2000, LONGi has always been market oriented and customer focused, continuously developing high-efficiency, high-reliability and high-quality solar products and photovoltaic (PV) systems in order to provide customers with value-added services.
LONGi has established global unified systems for customer complaint handling, service standards, quality monitoring and management processes. Customers can therefore be confident that any problems will be resolved in a timely manner.
Thanks to high-quality wafers, high-efficiency Passivated Emitter and Rear Cells (PERC) and strict requirements regarding module materials and processes, LONGi modules consistently demonstrate excellent performance in third-party reliability tests, energy yield evaluations and client applications. LONGi works with B&V, TÜV SÜD, TÜV Rheinland, RETC and other institutions to build global pilot projects to evaluate the energy yield performance of its modules.
In the PV Tech Bankability rankings, LONGi remains the only AAA-Rated module supplier for the fourth consecutive quarter in 2020. This continues to be driven by the company’s strong track record of being a global 20GW module supplier.
Commitment to Innovation
With a strong commitment to R&D and innovation, LONGi has a strong track record of being a reliable supplier with high-efficiency modules (Hi-MO 1 to Hi-MO 5). Because of savings in LCOE (levelized cost of energy) and BOS (balance-of-system) costs, coupled with their high energy yield, LONGi modules have earned wide recognition around the world.
LONGi’s all new Hi-MO 5 bifacial module, based on the newly built M10 cell, was launched globally this year for delivery to investors in utility-scale PV plants. The company’s new range of products reflects its commitment to delivering consistent value to global clients through innovation.
LONGi Solar In Thailand
LONGi established its presence in Thailand in 2017 with monocrystalline silicon photovoltaic products. By the end of 2020 the production capacity of monocrystalline modules exceeded 30GW. The brand has worked with several commercial and governmental organizations to install solar panels in the country, including Chulalongkorn University with a 20KW Rooftop Solar Project and Rachatburi with 1MW Industry Rooftop Solar Project.
Dennis She, Senior Vice President of LONGi Solar Thailand said, “Thailand is the first country to develop the PV industry in ASEAN, thanks to the abundance of sunshine. We are looking forward to introducing monocrystalline technologies. Over the next decade, we aim to become Thailand’s number one supplier of solar monocrystalline panels,” he added.