McClellan Park, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 28, 2022 / SPI Energy Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ: SPI) (the “Company”) is a global renewable energy company providing solar energy storage and electric vehicles to commercial, residential, government, logistics and utility customers (EV) Solutions, today announced that Solarjuice Technology Inc.’s solar manufacturing division (DBA Solar4America) has been granted two provisional patents related to rework equipment (enabling EVA, backsheet and complete solar string replacement on a solar module production line) and another patent swap related to solar cells.
These two patents will lead to huge advances in the field of solar module production.
The first patent is for equipment related to the rework process during solar module manufacturing. The device can be used for replacement of EVA, backsheets and entire solar cell strings during the manufacturing process. The method enables automatic repair when defects are diagnosed in electroluminescence (EL) testing of solar panels prior to lamination. The device will also reduce the time to identify and replace EVA, backsheets and entire solar string replacements.
The schematic above shows the rework equipment machine.
The second patent would create a mechanism for replacing defective solar cells in a given solar string during the manufacturing process of a solar module. This solar cell replacement can be performed when a defect is diagnosed in a particular solar string prior to actual lamination (by electroluminescence testing), or when a previous quality control operation provides information on the local location of the defective solar cell. The process will also reduce the time to identify and replace any defective solar cells.
The schematic above shows the battery replacement machine.
Peng Xiaofeng, Chairman and CEO of SPI Energy, commented: “These two new patents are groundbreaking in the field of solar manufacturing. By reducing the steps in the module manufacturing process, higher quality production can be achieved while reducing Downtime. We are pleased to implement these patents into our manufacturing process and help bring solar design manufacturing to the next level. As solar manufacturing processes evolve and the need for improved quality assurance increases, we will take advantage of these new technologies to produce superior solar modules. We firmly believe that these new patented technologies will create new standards in solar manufacturing.”
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SEC International Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPI), a global renewable energy company and provider of solar energy storage and electric vehicle (EV) solutions, was founded in 2006 in Roseville, California and is headquartered in Located in McClellan Park, California.
The company has three core divisions: SolarJuice, with wholesale solar distribution, as well as residential solar and rooftop installation, and solar module manufacturing; SPI Solar and Orange Power, which operate the commercial and utility solar divisions, and EdisonFuture/Phoenix Motor EV divisions. SolarJuice is a leader in renewable energy system solutions for the residential and small commercial markets, with a broad presence in the Asia Pacific and North American markets. SPI Solar’s Commercial and Utility Solar segment provides a full range of EPC services to third-party project developers, and develops, owns and operates solar projects that sell electricity to grids in multiple regions, including the US, UK and Europe. Phoenix Motors is a leader in mid-size commercial electric vehicles and is developing electric vehicle charging solutions, electric pickup trucks, electric forklifts and other electric vehicle products.
SPI has global operations in North America, Australia, Asia and Europe, and targets strategic investment opportunities in the fast-growing green energy industry, such as battery storage, charging stations and other electric vehicles that leverage the company’s expertise and substantial solar cash flow.
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