SunEdison inaugurates solar module plant in Chihuahua

Category: News
Published: 2015-07-23

The company SunEdison inaugurated its assembly plant for solar modules in the city of Chihuahua, to meet the growing demand for clean and efficient energy. Peter Eschenbach, SunEdison’s General Director in Mexico, revealed that this plant has reached its maximum production capacity, reaching a production of up to 1.3 million solar panels a year, equivalent to 450 megawatts of capacity.

The factory has 1,100 employees that work in five production lines assembling three panels per minute, totaling 27,000 modules per week. SunEdison also works in the market of roofing systems for businesses and homes, and collaborates with a local partners network for sunroofs commercialization and installation. Currently, the company is developing a new initiative for residential consumers, with the aim of boosting sales and making solar power more accessible, said Mr. Eschenbach.

Source: Executive World Express

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