ERS pick Seraphim to supply for 300MW solar plant in Philippines


Malaysia-based ERS Energy Group has selected Chinese solar module maker Seraphim to supply solar modules for its 300 MW solar plant which located in Zambales province, Philippines.

Seraphim has chiefly agreed to supply 550/555W modules. The modules use multi-busbar cell technology, resulting in lower internal losses and a reduced risk of micro cracks. This strengthens power generation efficiency and lowers the balance of system costs, according to the company.

The supply of the solar module is expected to start in the Q3 of 2023 and will be completed by the Q2 of 2024.

Seraphim global sales vice-president Insan Boy said: “We believe that our close collaboration with ERS will help us achieve our sustainable development goals in clean energy and bring positive impacts to the economy, environment and social development of the Philippines and the local communities.”

“We have successfully completed several power station supply collaborations with Seraphim in the past. We are impressed with their outstanding component quality and performance, which is why we will continue to work with Seraphim to jointly promote the development of the solar energy market in the Philippines,” said Jonathan Kan, Managing Director of ERS Group.

Seraphim has been present on the Philippines market since 2016. In July of 2022, the company signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Resolar, a Luxembourg-based energy company, to supply 1 GW of solar modules during 2023.

The MoU was part of the EU’s REPowerEU plan, which aims to expedite the clean energy transition. The Chinese firm also indicated that it has delivered 20 GW of PV products globally.

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