Taiwan Solar Pavilion at Intersolar Europe 2019


Many governments around the world are pushing for more renewable energy, a  big percentage coming from solar. Taiwan manufacturers are seizing every opportunity to introduce high-quality and innovative products. Intersolar is the  leading solar exhibition and will be held this year in Munich, Germany from May 15-17, 2019. Taiwan Solar Pavilion will be comprised of 13 Taiwanese companies that offer a one-stop total solution to solar needs.

Some of the products that will be showcased include solar cells and modules, CIGS Cadmium-free Thin-Film PV  Modules, wire harnesses & cables, Lithium Battery Pack, conveyor metal mesh belts, Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS), PV Ribbon, solder flux, On/Off – grid inverters, among others. They will showcase their latest products at Intersolar 2019 and expand their reach in the world-wide market.

Taiwan Pavilion is designed to be a one-stop solution for customers. It is mainly featuring all solar products in 3 categories: 1. Renewable Energy, 2. Energy Storage,  & 3. Solar Accessories. For Renewable Energy, some of the companies include EEPV Corp., a leading manufacturer of high-performance solar cells and modules; Eterbright Solar Corporation, manufacturer of the CIGS Cadmium-free thin-film PV modules which have high product competitiveness in the EU and US, and will also showcase its new BIPV products ePower Tile and ePower Façade which fit perfectly and aesthetically with buildings and also generate sustainable power for buildings; United Renewable Energy Co., Ltd. (URE) which emerged from the merger in October 2018 of Neo Solar Power Corp. (NSP), Gintech Energy Corp. and Solartech Energy Corp., integrating the supply chain of system, module and cell. It is one of the largest solar companies in the World.

For Energy Storage, Voltronic Power Technology Corp. with over 20 years of experience in dealing with OEM/ODM power products, it is committed to providing high quality green power products including On/Off-grid Inverters & Hybrid Inverters, Solar Charge Controller, etc. SEGL Energy Co., Ltd., with over a decade  of business in Lithium-ion battery and related applications, continue to innovate their products utilizing resources aiming to bring revolutionary solutions to many new emerging applications. SEGL manufactures Eco/Environment Friendly battery products used in renewable energy storage, electric mobility, etc. replacing lead-acid based batteries. Opti-Solar International Corp. provides UPS products for over 20 years. Headquartered in Taiwan, with offices in the US, Middle East, Australia, Japan, and The Netherlands.

For Solar Accessories, Solarjoin Technology Inc. is the leading manufacturer for PV Ribbon in Taiwan, specializing in Tabbing & Bussing Ribbon and soldering materials. In terms of price, quality, & technology, Solarjoin reaches international standards and has UL, TUV, JET 100% certified; BizLink, headquartered in Silicon Valley, USA is in the business of providing easier interconnection through wire harnesses, customized EV and battery connectors, junction boxes, cables, etc.; ChengDing specializes in professional conveyor metal mesh belts for various industries.

Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), Taiwan’s foremost trade promotion organization will lead a delegation comprised of Taiwan’s largest and most innovative companies in solar technology to exhibit at Intersolar 2019. TAITRA will setup the Taiwan Solar Pavilion aiming to bridge Taiwanese companies with international buyers, media, and foreign companies in the solar industry to bring business opportunities & cooperation.



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