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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 Clytie, Helios series and Space 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 Clytie, Helios series and Space 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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Antaisolar provided solar racking for solar carport project in South Africa
Project News Antaisolar provided solar racking for solar carport project in South Africa Aug 04, 2021

It’s reported that the solar  project was collaborated with one of the most biggest solar distributors in South Africa. Located in Port Elizabeth, South Africa and owned by ALGOA FM, Antaisolar provided solar racking solution for this project during the whole process. The aluminum solar carport mounting system adopted for  project offers a simplified and economic solution providing shade for parking and solar power generation. It is designed with single row of parking with concrete foundation. Highly pre-assembled supporting bracket can be unfolded on site make installation more easier and thus save labor costs. Based on the vast expertise in solar racking structure designing and strict quality control on production, the project turned out to be a pleasing one after first collaboration. Antaisolar and the local distributor partner have decided to conduct further cooperation on other projects in South Africa, next few projects are also in preparation for installation. Moreover, they will also start cooperation in other African countries, like Kenya and Nigeria. In order to better fit local market needs, Antaisolar is planning to customize related KITs for different project types, so as to keep as general stock and thus facilitating distribution in the African market.
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BNEF: Net zero could require 455GW of new solar capacity each year by 2030, with 20TW installed by 2050
Industry News BNEF: Net zero could require 455GW of new solar capacity each year by 2030, with 20TW installed by 2050 Jul 28, 2021

Sources: https://www.pv-tech.org/bnef-net-zero-could-require-455gw-of-new-solar-capacity-each-year-by-2030-with-20tw-installed-by-2050/ At least 455GW of new solar PV capacity will need to be installed each year by the end of this decade for the world to reach net zero status by 2050, new analysis by BloombergNEF (BNEF) has found. The research and consultancy firm has published the 2021 edition of its New Energy Outlook, which maps the world’s transition to net zero status in three specific trajectories labelled ‘Green’, ‘Red’ and ‘Gray’. The Green scenario, wherein the majority of the heavy lifting with regards decarbonisation of the power sector is done by a mix of solar PV and wind, will require a trebling of annual solar installation rates by the end of the decade. Furthermore, the market potential for solar PV under BNEF’s Green scenario states that as much as 20TW of solar may be installed by 2050, equivalent to an average of 632GW of solar PV being installed each year over the next 30 years. Renewables installations of that ilk will require energy storage deployment to increase significantly too, with at least 245GWh of energy storage needed to be deployed each year by 2030 to facilitate the growth of renewable power. The need for such significant quantities of renewables power generation is due to its status as the “backbone” of the energy transition, the report reads, with solar PV and wind requiring an urgent acceleration for renewable power to contribute. The next nine years are critical to get global markets on track and the power sector must make significant progress this decade. More than 75% of total emissions reductions required this decade must come from the power sector, a fact which will require rapid deployment of solar PV and wind. Compared to 2019 levels, BNEF’s analysis shows power sector emissions must fall by 57% by 2030 and by 89% by 2040, to pave the way for greater electrification of sectors where emissions are harder to abate. The energy transition will, as BNEF’s analysis shows, require a significant increase in annual investment. Depending on the model, BNEF argues that between US$92 – 173 trillion of investment will be needed to achieve net zero. That would require at least a doubling of current investment trends, rising from an annual investment of US$1.7 trillion invested in 2020 to between US$3.1 – 5.8 trillion a year each year for the next three decades. But that investment will not be in vain, and would indeed pale compared to the costs of mitigating climate disasters associated with inaction. “The capital expenditures needed to achieve net zero will create enormous opportunities for investors, financial institutions and the private sector, while creating many new jobs in the green economy,” Jon Moore, chief executive at BNEF, said. BNEF’s Green scenario is not the only plausible route to net zero. Under its Red model, which prioritises emergent technologies such as green hydrogen and modular nuclear reactors,...
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Antaisolar solar racking selected for 50MW distributed solar plants in Singapore
Project News Antaisolar solar racking selected for 50MW distributed solar plants in Singapore Jul 20, 2021

Recently , China's National Energy Administration (NEA) had released the new policy that its provincial offices should nominate counties where a trial program to push blanket rooftop solar can be carried out, in order to move the dial on small scale PV in the nation. According to new NEA policy, The state entity wants selected counties to have at least 20% of all residential roofs equipped with solar energy, as well as at least 30% of commercial and industrial structures; 40% of non-governmental public buildings, such as hospitals and schools; and half of the roofs on the national estate. The new policy has unleashed a wave of distributed solar in the domestic market. On July 16th, the Shaanxi Distributed PV Seminar hosted by PV men and PV Box was held at the in Xi'an. Nearly 400 people from design institutes, investors, distributors, EPC, PV equipment suppliers, and financial institutions gathered together to discuss the dual-carbon goals and the huge opportunities for distributed photovoltaic development under the promotion of the entire county. Antaisolar participated in this event to share the case study of its 50MW HDB distributed solar plants in Singapore, which is an example for mandate solar on roofs in pilot countries under NEA new policy. The project was for the first three tenders, which covering 300+ HDB blocks with totally capacity of 50MW and all completed. Confronted with 300+ diversified rooftop, and strict design requirements such as reserved passageway, non-destruction for roof and certified by a third-party design agency, it requires significant expertise to conduct on site survey and design ability for solar racking suppliers. Antaisolar finally provided only five solar racking design templates for all 300+ different rooftop based on strong designing capability and rich experience for distributed solar plants. Upon completion, it’s equivalent to powering 12500 four-room flats with solar energy, and estimated to reduce carbon emissions by 30000 tonnes per year, said HDB. The roof construction environment of distributed solar plants are more complicated and usually need high requirements from government. Solar racking is the most complex and critical part of the entire implementation process. It plays an important role in reducing the difficulty of construction and providing key calculation data for investors, EPCs, and Design Institutes. Under the plan for achieving carbon-neutral across the world, Antaisolar will focus on its brand positioning- Leading supplier of the whole industry chain in PV mounting system, and strive to provide efficient and innovative solar racking solutions for global clients as part of the effort to develop greener and more sustainable towns, while reducing carbon footprint.
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‘A step in the right direction’: EU plans to increase 2030 renewables target to 40%
Industry News ‘A step in the right direction’: EU plans to increase 2030 renewables target to 40% Jul 15, 2021

Sources:www.pv-tech.org European Union (EU) countries may need to ramp up renewables deployment in the next decade to meet new proposed targets aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions across the bloc. As part of its wide-reaching ‘Fit for 55’ climate plan unveiled today (14 July), the EU’s executive branch, the European Commission, has updated its Renewable Energy Directive to increase the overall binding target from 32% to a new level of 40% renewables in the bloc’s energy mix by 2030. The change aims to make the energy system cleaner and more efficient by fostering renewables-based electrification and, in sectors such as industry and transport, it will promote the uptake of renewable fuels, such as green hydrogen. To increase the attractiveness of renewables projects for private investors, the Commission proposes measures to make permitting more efficient and to promote direct contracts between producers and consumers. These measures form part of a dozen draft proposals aimed at driving down greenhouse gas emissions across the EU by at least 55% by 2030, compared to 1990 levels, putting it in on a path to becoming carbon neutral by 2050. The ‘Fit for 55’ proposals remove barriers and add incentives so that Europe can move faster towards net zero, said European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson. “To achieve climate neutrality by 2050, we need to turn the renewables evolution into a revolution and make sure no energy is wasted along the way,” she said. The increased renewables goal will disappoint SolarPower Europe, which is calling for the EU to target 45% clean energy by 2030. Nevertheless, analysis from the trade association predicts that the 40% ambition will require a total of 660GW of solar PV deployed in Europe by 2030, up from the approximately 137GW installed as of year-end 2020. A statement from the European Renewable Energies Federation said it regrets that a higher renewables target has not been proposed, while campaign group ClientEarth said the ‘Fit for 55’ package has shied away from action at the scale required. “The Commission’s proposed renewables target is a step in the right direction but is clearly insufficient to put Europe on track for climate neutrality by 2050,” said ClientEarth energy lawyer Guillermo Ramo. Other Commission proposals include an objective to reach at least a 49% renewable share in the energy used in buildings across the EU by 2030, while tighter vehicle emission limits would effectively end new petrol and diesel car sales by 2035. Additionally, new emissions trading for transport and for fuels used in buildings would provide a price signal to reduce energy use and increase the share of renewable energy in electricity production. Despite the series of eye-catching announcements, the EU’s 55% target for net cuts to emissions by 2030 “falls well short” of what science requires to restrict global heating to 1.5°C, according to Greenpeace. “Celebrating these policies is like a high jumper claiming a meda...
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Antaisolar supplied 30MW solar tracker for utility scale solar farm
Project News Antaisolar supplied 30MW solar tracker for utility scale solar farm Jul 01, 2021

With the total installed capacity of 100MW, located in Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, China, the solar power plant was successfully gird connected at the end of June in 2021, in which 30MW utilized Antaisolar’s Helios D2 solar tracker. What are the challenges presented by both climate and terrain Adjacent to the Tengger Desert, there are many days of high wind speed and dusty weather throughout the year, also extremely low temperature in winter and large temperature difference between day and night. The landscape of this region is soft soil with undulating hills, forming a complex terrain. Why Helios D2 was chosen for this project? In order to achieve optimal BOS and LCOE, and based on on-site survey, Antaisolar provided Helios D2, the single-aixs 2P solar tracker for best match for bifacial modules, which can resist gust wind speed up to 45m/s. In the tuyere area, a redundant damping system was designed to further enhance the wind resistance of the project. As for the foundation, PHC solution was adopted to offer strong stability and thus reducing installation cost . Taking into account of complex terrain, Antaisolar offered different length of footing to nearly reduce the cost of land leveling. Besides, the solar tracker controller adopted 800Vac power supply from the nearest inverter. By this way, it is free of lithium battery and don’t require much cable cost and  routing construction, which enhanced performance of the overall system under extremely low temperatures. Moreover, the intelligent tracking algorithm has obvious advantages in this complex terrain. It can completely avoid shadow occlusion during the backtracking under different slopes, and can also improve the power generation of bifacial module in the case of low radiation and high reflectivity. It is estimated that it can achieve 6% annual power generation augment compared with the traditional tracking algorithm. Wind energy+ solar energy, strong complementary energy model for local grid This 30MW solar power plant is the one more cooperation with local EPC, Antaisolar advanced products and considerable expertise are well recognized for the past record. With abundant wind resources, the project is close to a GW-level wind farm, the complementary energy model of photovoltaic + wind energy serve as a new way for popularizing clean energy.
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