Risen Energy has won the bidding for assisting Cuba in the construction of a 3.9 MW solar PV project. The company will provide a set of high-quality elements, including 260W high-efficiency polycrystalline modules, aluminum alloy frames, matching junction boxes, solar sealants and other products needed for the solar PV station.
The joint project is expected to further promote Sino-Cuban cooperation in the renewable energy sector and will also be the first time Risen Energy will be supplying its products to the Cuban solar PV market.
Making the announcement recently, Wang Hong, Chairman, Risen Energy said, “In the last few years our company has been adhering to the core principle: “Every time you chose Risen Energy, we increase in power, you rise in value.” Indeed, through constant effort, our research and development team has created a multifaceted cutting- edge technology and has helped our company win one of the leading positions in the solar industry worldwide.
“At the same time, the state-level laboratory based in our company performs detailed tests on every single material which we intend to incorporate in our production,” he added. “After the material undergoes multiple tests and is approved by the laboratory, only then it can be used by Risen. Because of this policy we have won the trust and approval of our clients at home and all around the world. It has created a solid basis for our company to explore new markets like the one in Cuba.”
As per the agreement, Risen Energy will provide solar PV modules and related materials to the Cuban side. To facilitate the safe installation of modules and make sure they will function properly, Risen Energy has adhered to strict quality standards and has supplied products with guarantee for high quality for the creation of this project and for the financial benefit of local people.
“The potential of the renewable energy market shows us renewable energy, and more specifically the solar industry, has become the biggest priority in the policies for energy optimization and renewable energy promotion initiated by the Cuban government,” Hong stated.
Adding, “I believe that this joint project and the vast experience of our company in the area of high-efficiency solar PV modules, Risen Energy will help Cuba develop renewable energy infrastructure and start utilizing to a greater extent the renewable energy sources as part of its energy mix. We will help upgrade the local energy system in Cuba by providing the technological power of the Chinese industry.