In Gujarat, India, a 5MW ground-mounted utility project was completed by using NexPower NT145AX thin film modules before the end of last year.

This project is recorded as one of the world biggest solar projects using the thin film technology with a tracking system. The solar plant is expected to produce up to 25% power output more than that of a standard crystalline plant without a tracking system.

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NexPower announces that the company has reached a successful year with more than 40MW NexPower solar modules installed in India during 2011 including the above tracking project. NexPower thin film panels are clearly proven to have better performance in a high temperature environment such as India. This is why the field test result from the famous Photon Magazine shows NexPower modules dominate all the world solar modules among the tested samples during the sunshining months in 2011.

NexPower CEO Arthur Chou also mentions “Having the great opportunity to participate in some India milestone projects is really the best advertisement for the brand.” Together with the involvement in NexPower’s financial solution to the Indian solar market, NexPower expects the further success is continued in 2012.

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