Location: Home » News Center » news » company news

Contact Us

  • Huyong Cooperation Demoonstration Park, No. 18, Qiyuan Road, Hangzhou Bay New Area, Ningbo, Zhejiang, China
  • sales@raytm.cn
  • 0086-400-155-9909

Meyerberg reduces the output of heterojunction modules in the second half of 2022

Release date:2022-08-08 Source:Raytech Pageviews:-

Meyerberg had to adjust the current and next year's production plans.
Recently, considering the previous operating experience and the challenges faced by the global supply chain, the output of meyerberg heterojunction components will be between 320MW and 370mW in 2022. In fact, meyerberg's goal is to produce 500 megawatts of high-efficiency components at the component plant in Freiburg, Saxony.
Meyerberg said that in the first half of 2022, photovoltaic modules with a total output of 108 MW will be offline, and it is expected that the output in the second half of this year will be between 210 and 260 MW. By the end of this year, the company also hopes to achieve profit and loss balance of EBITDA on the basis of operating interest rate.
Recently, meyerberg also announced that it will further focus on expanding its solar cell and module production in Germany to 1.4 GW per year. According to the company, the technical upgrading of the first 400 MW production line has been completed, and the upgrading of other production lines is expected to start in September 2022, which means that the production capacity of the next year should be 1 to 1.2 GW.
Meyerberg also said that the throughput of the production plants currently in operation is lower than expected, and the throughput of the production lines in operation will be affected by the shutdown, so as to integrate the next production line. At present, due to the high demand for all three components provided, frequent product replacement is required, which also has a negative impact on the overall output.
Although the production of heterojunction components is bumpy, the market demand in Europe and the United States is very strong. A significant increase in prices will not change this. Meyerberg transfers the increased cost of material procurement to customers by raising prices. Currently, quotas are being allocated to customers in the second quarter of 2023.
Meyerberg will continue to focus on the roof photovoltaic market. The company hopes to increase the output of its power plant to 30% in the next year. It is still planned to enter this area in order to have a new foothold. However, according to meyerberg, the sales volume is expected to fully enter the roof system market by 2023.

Copyright ©Ningbo Raytech New Energy Materials Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
Privacy Statement Terms & conditionsSITEMAPCNZZ

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Youtube