The production of one of the solar panel manufacturer in China is on the go.
Last year in 2018, the company have completed thousands of solar panel project in all over the world.
In 2019, the amount of their solar panel is still rising very fast, they don’t stop , aiming to make the world a cleaner and better place.
This company is Anern.
In Australia , 6MW had completed with a massive 60000 solar panel array.The project , a partnership between local utility company and Anern will bring a large-scale, utility-sized solar development to the resident. Utility leaders say several recent factors have made solar power a realistic energy source, and they expect others to follow suit shortly.
"Our mission is to provide low-cost reliable electric power to our member cities at the lowest possible cost that we can," The president and chief executive of Anern said. "We search for economic resources and study those daily with a group of engineers that we have, both on staff as well as consultants that we reach out to.".
That research yielded what local utility company believes to be a feasible and forward-thinking project in the solar field. The deal with Anern, will bring 100 megawatts of solar energy into the local utility "energy portfolio."
Everything will be built and maintained , with the local utility company only buying the energy and selling it to different municipalities and utilities.
In addition, Anern also has 5 solar projects in Australia，which are all above 2MW,which helps meet residents’ sustainability goals.
Outside of Australia, the amount of projects Anern had completed is too many to count.
60MW at Xingjiang province in China , 96KW in Thailand , 600KW in Germany and so on.
Anern said it is also looking at options to diversify while keeping prices low, a spokesperson said in an emailed statement.
"Anern's mission is to safely deliver reliable, economical energy to its members in all over the world. To accomplish this mission,we will keep developing the technology," according to the email.
It is the combination of a tax credit, and recent technological advances, which make large-scale solar projects feasible, That tax credit will sunset, however, meaning that further adoption of similar projects may require further tech advancements to remain economically realistic.