top of page

Longi supplies 576 MW of photovoltaic modules to Nofar Energy Romania

The Chinese photovoltaic manufacturer Longi has concluded a contract with the PV project developer Nofar Energy Romania for the delivery of PV modules with a total output of 576 MW. This is the largest agreement to date for solar module deliveries to Romania. The agreement includes the purchase of Hi-MO 7 PV modules from Longi. The photovoltaic modules are expected to be installed in large solar power plants in 2024 and put into operation in 2025. According to the manufacturer, the Hi-MO 7 solar modules are characterized by high efficiency and high power generation output. They should also have long-term reliability. These properties are intended to keep the LCOE for large-scale projects low.

To ensure compliance with environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards, suppliers commit to meeting strict supply chain requirements in the agreements. It is crucial for Daebi that the conclusion of the agreement follows the approval of ongoing negotiations with a well-known banking company. This approval creates the conditions for ESG-compliant bank financing for three important projects. “This strategic partnership with Nofar Energy Romania is an important step to advance sustainable energy solutions in Romania,” says Mirel Jarnea, Sales Manager Romania at Longi. “We are proud to use our highly efficient panels to help bring innovation to the forefront and promote a greener future for the region.”

The PV project developer Nofar Energy Romania is part of the Israeli Nofar Group. The company currently has 643 MW of projects in the pipeline in Romania. The company is also currently building the Ratesti photovoltaic solar park, which when completed will be the largest solar power plant in Romania to date with an output of 155 MW.


Related News

bottom of page