Recently, the largest lightweight solar module project in Fujian Province, China, was successfully connected to the grid. This project used Sunman eArc lightweight solar module.
The project is located in Taihu Industrial Park, Chengxiang District, Putian City, Fujian Province, with a total area of about 105,000 square meters and a construction capacity of 12.48MWp. After the project is put into operation, it is estimated that the on-grid electricity will be 14.1286 million kWh, which is equivalent to saving 4273.90 tons of standard coal per year, and can reduce the emission of various air pollutants, among which the reduction of SO2 is about 8.72 tons, NO2 is about 4.36 tons, and CO2 is about 8208.72 tons. 1.31 tons of smoke and dust. It has a positive effect on local environmental protection and reduction of air pollution, and has obvious energy saving, environmental benefits and social benefits.
eArc is the world's first glassless solar module. An innovation combining proven crystalline silicon solar cells with Sunman's patented composite material, eArc has the same durability and robustness of conventional glass modules. However, unlike glass: eArc is akin to a flexible”solar skin”, 70% lighter and up to 95% thinner.
eArc can be glued directly to the roofs by “Quick-bonding.” Quick-bonding involves no screw penetrations or mounting hardware, which simplifies the installation process greatly. eArc is easier to transport in bulk – up to 60% more kW per pallet. eArc targets a variety of applications glass modules cannot service.