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IFE & Isola Solar, Norway visit Talesun Solar

On November 8, 2023, Dr. Zhu Junjie, a senior researcher at the Norway’s Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), and Anders Besvold Hansen, CEO , Jørgen Young, R&D Director, and Hans Magnus Dahlsrud, technical manager of Isola Solar, visited Suzhou Talesun Solar Technologies Co., Ltd. They were accompanied by Talesun Solar R&D Director Qian Hongqiang in the visit, and had an exchange panel.

Talesun Solar and the visiting Norwegian party jointly undertook the inter-governmental bilateral cooperation innovation project of Jiangsu Province. The visit by the Norwegian side was the first face-to-face technical exchange since the pandemic control measures were fully lifted. At the meeting, the two sides had in-depth discussions and shared on the cooperation content, technological innovation breakthroughs and main application demonstrations. They proposed a variety of structural design ideas for the application of solar energy systems for buildings on external walls and roofs, and launched a case study of a collaborated double-sided module demonstration power station, which has the function of snow removal and the capacity to improve overall power generation in snowy weather in Norway. Finally, the two sides exchanged views on further in-depth technological innovation cooperation.

The visit and exchange of the Norwegian team played an important role in promoting the scientific and technological innovation cooperation of efficient and low-cost photovoltaic products between the two sides. In the future, they will carry out more extensive and in-depth bilateral and multilateral international scientific and technological cooperation in this field, to contribute to the global energy transformation.

Talesun Solar has always taken scientific and technological innovation as the driving force for enterprise development. It has maintained close cooperative relations with important universities and research institutions at home and abroad, including the University of New South Wales of Australia, the University of Exeter and the University of Nottingham of UK, the Energy Research Center of the Netherlands, the Norway’s Institute for Energy Technology (IFE), Sichuan University, Suzhou University, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Changshu Institute of Technology, and Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics,Chinese Academy of Sciences. They have carried out a series of cooperation by production, study and research for the development and upgrading of the company’s photovoltaic products. In the future, the company will continue to strengthen scientific and technological innovation, gain momentum to create differentiated products, and provide customers with innovative products and industry benchmark cases, to jointly facilitate achieving the carbon peaking and carbon neutrality goal.

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