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Antaisolar, the leading supplier of the whole industry chain in PV mounting system. The company was established in 2006, and currently built up a manpower of 800 employees plus R&D team of 80 specialists of diverse technical background. Antaisolar has been focusing on consistently providing convenient, reliable, and innovative solar mounting and tracking systems over the last years. Headquartered in Xiamen, China, Antaisolar is based on the vision of "Backbone for Solar World", and has been continuously optimizing and promoting the global service by setting up branches and offices in Japan, Australia, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brazil, Argentina and other regions. As for its producing force, it is distributed within four major manufacturing centers located in Indonesia, Fujian, Jiangsu and Tianjin. As of the end of 2020, its cumulative solar racking shipments had reached 14.3GW and ranked No.1 of export volume to Japan for seven consecutive years and ranked top 1 in Australian and Vietnam distribution market.
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Tracking System

Antaisolar solar tracking system are designed to meet needs of different scenarios, for both 1P and 2P layout, which can achieve higher generation efficiency and lower LCOE.

Racking System

Antaisolar offer comprehensive portfolios that cover different solar project application scenarios with aluminum, steel or Mac steel structure.

Tracking System
Tracking System
Antaisolar solar tracking system are designed to meet needs of different scenarios, for both 1P and 2P layout, which can achieve higher generation efficiency and lower LCOE.
Racking System
Racking System
Antaisolar offer comprehensive portfolios that cover different solar project application scenarios with aluminum, steel or Mac steel structure.
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Case study: Steel ground-mounted solar plant in China
Project News Case study: Steel ground-mounted solar plant in China Sep 23, 2021

The 4.738MW solar plant ,located in Alashankou, Xinjiang where has unique light resources, is under installation. Taking account of local climatic conditions such as extreme low temperature, high snow pressure and heavy sand, the system adopted carbon steel solar structure to achieve better balance between the overall stability and investment. The carbon steel PV mounting system,  which delivered an economical and reliable solutions for photovoltaic projects on a free surface. Strong steel solar structure allows for lager span between footings that can be cost-effective and robust. In order to ensure smooth process while installation, Antaisolar technical engineers came on site to push ahead with the project and to explore any new solutions for further optimization. The project site is located on the border between China and Kazakhstan with average of 10 hours of light per day, and it’s definitely a proper region for developing solar energy.
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Solar installation Snapshot 2020
Industry News Solar installation Snapshot 2020 Sep 16, 2021

Source: https://iea-pvps.org/snapshot-reports/snapshot-2021/ Global solar installation in 2020 Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, preliminary reported market data shows that the global PV market again grew significantly in 2020. At least 139,4 GWdc of PV systems have been installed and commissioned in the world last year. The total cumulative installed capacity for PV at the end of 2020 reached at least 760,4 GWdc. While these data will have to be confirmed in the coming months, some important trends can already be extracted: The Chinese PV market went back to a market level it experienced in 2017, after two years in a row of market slowdown. In 2020, 48,2 GW of PV were installed, compared to 43,4 GW in 2018 and 30,1 GW in 2019. China remains the leader in terms of cumulative capacity with 253,4 GW installed, almost one third of the global PV installed capacity. Outside of China, the global PV market grew from 79,2 GW in 2019, to at least 90 GW in 2020, a 14% increase year on year. The European Union installed close to 19,6 GW and the rest of Europe added around 2,6 GW. The largest European market in 2020 was Germany (4,9 GW), followed by the Netherlands (3,0 GW), Spain (2,8 GW), Poland (2,6 GW), Belgium (1,0 GW) and France (0,9 GW). The US market saw its market increasing to 19,2 GW; a new record, with utility-scale installations accounting for about 73% of the new additions. Vietnam takes the fourth place with an impressive annual installation of 11 GW. Japan ranks fifth, with an estimated 8,2 GW annual installed capacity. Some other key markets contributed significantly to new additions in 2020, such as India (close to 5 GW, but in significant decline compared to last years), Australia (4,1 GW), Korea (4,1 GW), Brazil (3,1 GW), Taiwan (1,7 GW), Mexico (1,5 GW), followed by the Philippines (1,1 GW) and South-Africa (1,0 GW). Preliminary numbers show to Mexico and South Africa could have installed close to 1 GW as well. Among the top 10 countries, there are now six Asia-Pacific countries (Australia, China, India, Japan, Korea and Vietnam), two European countries (Germany and the Netherlands) and two countries in the Americas (Brazil and the USA). The level to enter the top 10 global markets in 2020 was around 3,0 GW; a stable level compared to 2019 and twice the level needed in 2018. The top 10 countries represented around 78% of the global annual PV market, a slight increase compared to 2019. However, compared to previous years, the market is still showing a decreasing market concentration trend. Honduras, Australia, Germany, Greece, Chile, Spain, the Netherlands, Italy, Japan, Israel, Belgium, India, China, and Turkey now have enough PV capacity to theoretically produce more than 5% of their annual electricity demand with PV. PV represents around 3,7% of the global electricity demand. The contribution of PV to decarbonizing the energy mix is progressing, with PV saving as much as 875 million tons of CO2eq. However, much remains to be done to fully...
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Antaisolar secures 400MW solar tracker order from JIAYANG
Company News Antaisolar secures 400MW solar tracker order from JIAYANG Sep 13, 2021

On September 13, Antaisolar has announced it has secured a 400MW solar tracker order from China-based project developer and EPC, JIAYANG and it is the third cooperation between the two parties. Antaisolar said the supply deal is to provide 400MW solar tracker, utilizing TAI-Universal for solar plants located in Ningxia and Gansu China. At the signing ceremony, Jasmine Huang, CEO of Antaisolar, stated that JIAYANG is committed to creating a high-quality ecological environment in a specific area, such as in Northwest China. As we know that china dominated global solar PV installation in the period between 2011 and 2020, and it will reach another milestone with more than 60GW of installation this year. We are delighted to cooperate with JIAYANG to jointly make contribution for carbon neutrality. Antaisolar’s TAI-Universal, the single-axis independent 1P solar tracker, adopted for this 400MW solar tracker plant, which features multi-point drive for ensuring great stability in area where strong sandstorm happens. And it is adaptable for N-S 20°slope for achieving terrain flexibility. As of now, it has been widely applied for numerous solar projects across the global for its superior performance specially under extreme bad weather. “We have partnered with Antaisolar for nearly 200MW solar projects previously. It has proven to be trustable for their high-quality solar racking, in-time service and technical expertise for over 15 years. We are excited to announce this cooperation with Antaisolar, which we believe will definitely help us to expand our utility-scale project pipeline and move towards clean energy transition, ” commented by Mr. LiuHang, JIAYANG’s CEO.
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South Korea deployed 4.1 GW of solar in 2020
Industry News South Korea deployed 4.1 GW of solar in 2020 Aug 30, 2021

Last year saw a record for solar, in terms of newly deployed capacity. This year, however, growth may be limited by new regulations for project siting. South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) has estimated that around 4.1 GW of new PV systems were grid connected in the country last year. If confirmed by official statistics, this result would compare to 3.8 GW in 2019 and 2.4 GW in 2018 and would make 2020 the most successful year ever recorded by the country. At the end of December, South Korea's cumulative installed PV capacity should have reached around 15.6 GW. Last year “marked the third year after the Korean government's 20%-renewables-by-2030 plan announcement, causing a boom in solar,” Yeji Kim, researcher at Seoul-based Solutions For Our Climate, told pv magazine. “Large scale PV plants–over 1 MW [in scale]–were built in the country for the first time but, unfortunately, we could not find the exact number of installations completed in 2020.” According to her, however, this year's growth may be lower than that of 2020, as several regional administrations are limiting the development of utility scale projects through new regulations for project siting. Citing recent numbers from the Korea Energy Agency (KEA), the analyst said the newly installed PV capacity for the first quarter of this year reached 0.56 GW while, in the same period of 2020, new PV systems had totaled over 1 GW. The Korea Photovoltaic Industry Association (KOPIA) recently said it expects around 3 GW of new PV will be installed in the country this year. “Despite the record growth in South Korea's solar, renewables are still strangled, unable to grow as fast as they should,” Kim added. South Korea currently plans to install 30.8 GW of solar by 2030. This ambitious target is expected to be achieved by building giant solar parks such as a 2.1 GW floating solar project, and a 3 GW ground-mounted PV array that was announced for the Saemangeum area by South Korean president Moon Jae-in in November 2018. More recently, the South Korean government announced a plan to add another 2.1 GW of floating PV by 2030. Furthermore, the MOTIE is planning to allocate around 4 GW of solar capacity this year across two PV tenders, which will likely be launched in April and October. The ministry has also recently announced it wants to help development of unsubsidized solar by allowing domestic electricity consumers to buy power from renewable energy power producers through power purchase agreements (PPAs).
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Case study:  Solar power plant utilized Antaisolar’s ANT-Cloud tracker in Mexico
Project News Case study: Solar power plant utilized Antaisolar’s ANT-Cloud tracker in Mexico Aug 30, 2021

It’s reported that the renewable energy accounts for approximately 20% of its energy mix in Mexico. In 2017, the Mexican Ministry of Energy announced a new energy transition plan on its official website and established the goal of new energy development. It is estimated that new energy will account for 30% by 2021 and 60% by 2050. And it is expected to become the world's seventh largest solar market in 2021. The application of fixed structure solar plants and solar tracker plants are evolving in a rapid way. In this chapter, we are going to share the case study of ANT-cloud solar tracker (single-axis 2P solar tracker)applied for solar plant in Mexico. Project background -Location: Mexico -Wind Speed: 40m/s -Installed: May 2021 -Size of system: 498KW -Array layout: 2×42 Product details - Module orientation: Portrait - Ramming pile embedment (below ground ):1500mm -Tracking range: ±50° - Module brand: Trina solar 495W -Modules per string:14 - String voltage: 1000V -Rail material: Galvanized carbon steel - Post: Galvanized carbon steel - Warranty: 5years drive and control, 10 years structure Special Features Of The Ant-cloud solar tracker • Adopted synchronous multi-point actuator offering greater stability • Easy-installed actuator, only require one single person • SCADA platform for real time monitoring and offer smart  weather protection mode • Tracking algorithm: astronomical algorithm+ intelligent algorithm • Completed CPP wind tunnel testing for greater stability   For more about the utilising of  Ant-cloud solar tracker, please click here to see the 1MW Power Park in Thailand.
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