Solar module manufacturer Tenka Solar is expanding its activities in France with the opening of a subsidiary in Perpignan. In this context, the group has adapted to French market standards, developing panels specifically optimized for the residential sector and expanding its ETN range to meet diverse energy needs.

The company will mainly offer in France its Orion Serie III range with a 108-cell ns-type monocrystalline panel with a power of up to 455 Wp with an efficiency of 23.29%, for a format of less than 2 m², complete with a product warranty extended to 30 years. Among its most powerful modules, the Orion Series IX bifacial panel promises up to 690 Wp thanks to its 132 n-type monocrystalline cells.

From the second half of 2024, it will also launch its new generation of Prismax panels. Thanks to an organic layer that optimizes the absorption of indirect light even under adverse conditions, it promises a record efficiency of 29% with a minimum temperature reduction of -0.25% W/°C.

Tenka Solar is a brand owned by JY Capital, a Chinese investment company based in Hong Kong and headquartered in Shanghai, China. It boasts 1,500 customers worldwide, €5 billion in sales and 20 GW of delivered products. Its production plants are located in China, in Jiaxing and Ningbo. Tenka also has a factory in Nozza (Vestone) in Italy.

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