LONGi has unveiled its latest Hi-MO 7 modules in Malaysia to address diverse customer demands within the Malaysian market.
The world's leading solar technology company also presented its comprehensive product solution portfolio.
According to the company, the Hi-MO 7 modules are the “result of LONGi's innovative practice based on high-efficiency HPDC cell technology, representing a significant advancement from HPC cell technology.” The HPDC cells are said to improve power generation.
According to Yanpu Guo, Director of the South Pacific at LONGi, the company is committed to meet the energy transition needs of the Malaysian market.
The company shared that it aims to boost the country's energy transition efforts and contribute significantly to a greener future.
The company joined hands with Solarvest for the same. Jack Tan, Vice President of Marketing at Solarvest, took the occasion to praise LONGi's leadership in technological innovation and sustainable development.
Both companies have announced their shared commitment to develop efficient clean energy systems, a local report mentioned.