• Antaisolar sincerely awaits your presence at The Future Energy Show Philippines 2022
    Exhibition News September 06, 2022 Antaisolar sincerely awaits your presence at The Future Energy Show Philippines 2022
    The Future Energy Show Philippines is coming up on September 7th-8th at the Queen Sirkit National Convention Center! From roof to ground, Antaisolar brings mounting systems which definitly suit your needs. Please make sure to visit booth 1H06, can't wait to meet you on site!
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  • Antaisolar was awarded the “Most Influential Brand” of solar racking enterprise
    Company News January 07, 2022 Antaisolar was awarded the “Most Influential Brand” of solar racking enterprise
    On January 6, 2022, the 2021 "PV Energy Cup" New Year's Eve Sharing Session and the 9th " PV Energy Cup" Photovoltaic Industry Awards Ceremony was held in Shangri-La, Suzhou Park as scheduled by SOLARBE. Antaisolar relies on excellent product quality, high-quality services and outstanding achievements in the field of solar racking, and once again won the prize “Most Influential Brand” of solar racking enterpirse in hand. “PV Energy Cup”, officially launched in 2012, now has become the most exclusive and authoritative campaign in PV industry. Its selection is centered on product quality, supplemented by multiple evaluation dimensions such as social responsibility, brand reputation, influence, and integrity, aiming to commend the benchmark enterprise that has made significant contributions to the development of the industry in one year, thus establishing a brand model, assisting manufacturing in China, and promoting a healthy upgrade of the industry. Antaisolar stands out among many enterprises and demonstrates the industry's high recognition of Antaisolar’s stable, reliable, innovative and efficient solar mounting solutions and comprehensive services. 2022, as the second year of the 14th Five-Year Plan, china will march towards the layout of “Carbon Neutralization and Carbon Peak”. It is believed that the solar energy market will usher in a new round of development trend in 2022. Antaisolar will seize the opportunity of market development, expand and strengthen its position, promote the application and popularization of global clean energy for raising a green world.
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  • Antaisolar 's IP mascot updation
    Notice December 30, 2021 Antaisolar 's IP mascot updation
    Antaisolar has launched its updated IP Mascot called Flash. Mascot – IP Flash is a PV Ant that symbolizing Antai team with the same traits of valuing teamwork, well organized and never giving up. The newly upgraded version adds the details of the hands and feet, the face adds eyes and mouth, and thus its body becomes more round and cute. The updated version has more similarity with logo, especially the shape of head look from the side. Over the past years, we are honored to join hands with our partners towards the vision of “Raise a green world ”, and we will continue to press forward with Ant spirits in the solar industry. The flash will help to provide a better connection with our valued partners all over the world. We would like you to get more about our flash, a guy full of sincerity and bravery. Looking forward to seeing you on more occasions in the future. Check out Flash at Christmas day Always brings Light and Courge to you~
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  • Merry Christmas!
    Company News December 23, 2021 Merry Christmas!
    Dear customers and partners, Thank you for your continued support and trust in 2021. We look forward to working together in 2022. Wish you all a happy holiday season and a happy, healthy& prosperous year ahead!
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  • Antaisolar & Taiyang New Energy signed strategic cooperation agreement
    Company News December 17, 2021 Antaisolar & Taiyang New Energy signed strategic cooperation agreement
    Antaisolar officially signed a strategic partnership agreement with Taiyang New Energy, the Industrial and Commercial Photovoltaic Service Provider in China.  The agreement of up to 200MW between both sides was signed upon same goal to build the green energy future for China and mainly acted as a commitment to bring high-quality solar solutions for distributed solar power plant in domestic market. Taiyang New Energy, a company integrating technology research and development, market sales, power station investment, system integration and installation, and technical operation and maintenance. Established in 2017, it focuses on Small and medium distributed photovoltaic sector and serves as the solution provider for Trina Solar in C&I sector. Taiyang New Energy greatly appreciates the quality and variety of solar racking solutions that Antaisolar provides. Antaisolar wide products portfolio fully meet the needs of our customers from commerical to industrial. After the signing agreement, the two parties has positive exchange to look forward to carry out more cooperation in the upcoming three years.
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  • Solar boom prompts national standard update
    Industry News December 16, 2021 Solar boom prompts national standard update
    Standards Australia has released a revised standard for solar energy in order to support growing demand and the rapid uptake of solar photovoltaics (PV). The revised standard, AS/NZS 5033:2021, Installation and safety requirements for photovoltaic (PV) arrays, addresses safe practices for consumers and industry professionals. Head of Standards Development at Standards Australia, Roland Terry-Lloyd, said, “With millions of solar PV panel systems being installed across Australia, clear and relevant standards are paramount in supporting safe practice for industry professionals, homeowners and businesses.” The standard sets out general installation and safety requirements for electrical installations of PV arrays, including direct current (DC) array wiring, electrical protection devices, switching and earthing provisions. The standard has been restructured to promote better readability, supporting users in meeting compliance requirements. AS/NZS 5033:2014 will remain current for six months, and after this time it will be superseded by AS/NZS 5033:2021. The updating of requirements for micro inverter installations and DC conditioning units will enable greater use of technology across larger panels, supporting better safety outcomes. Committee El-042 assessed different requirements around the world against Australian conditions, identified achievable safety outcomes, and determined a number of different solutions that industry can choose to best suit their installations. EL-042 Co-Chair, Sandy Atkins, said, “At the time the 2014 standard was written, solar panels were at most 250W per panel, but technology is quickly changing, and it’s not unusual for panels to be greater than 400W. “Therefore, AS/NZS 5033:2014 was limiting for installation professionals. “If you still want to use DC isolators then you can, but if you don’t, the standard allows for other solutions such as disconnection points.” Australia previously had a limitation of 600V for panels for houses but recently aligned with international requirements of 1000V. Additionally, AS/NZS 5033:2021 also aligns with international standard IEC 62548:2016, Photovoltaic (PV) arrays — Design requirements. “Solar is booming worldwide, so it’s important we align with international standards so that the Australian market can use international products and technologies as well,” Mr Atkins said. Source from:  https://www.energymagazine.com.au/solar-boom-prompts-national-standard-update/
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