Risen Energy Solar Panels are one Risen Energy founded in 1986, is a leading China-based PV solutions provider. In 2010, Risen Energy was listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Market. Risen Energy is one of the pioneers in the solar industry and has committed to this industry as a R&D expert, an integrated manufacturer from wafers to modules, a manufacturer of off-grid systems, and also an investor, a developer and an EPC of PV projects. They are committed to producing high-efficiency cells and modules. Now it is the sixth-largest PV module supplier in the world with over 10,000 employees globally.

They have an established presence in Australia since 2008, supplying solar PV panels for the retail market. We offer project designs, supply quality solar panels, construct and operate commercial and utility-scale installations and provide flexible funding for large solar developments. Flexible and innovative project investment and strategic support is their forte. Risen Energy keeps a stable pace with an average debt ratio at around 60% from 2011 to 2019.

 Risen Energy Australia have the size, experience and technology to meet the volume and capacity needs of its clients. They carry out procurement for large commercial and utility-scale installations.  They undertake project design, supply of PV modules and all equipment, their installation, testing and maintenance and system upgrades. Since they make PV modules on their own, it allows to pass on cost savings and achieve economies of scale. They provide different finance options for larger utility-scale developments. These include construction finance, panel finance, and equity options. Long-term operation and maintenance services are offered for large-scale projects. This includes remote monitoring, data visualization, fault analysis, maintenance and service and 24-hour protection.

 We are currently ranked 3rd globally in terms of production capacity as per Bloomberg NEF’s Q1-2019 report. Our high-performing PV panels are certified as per industry recognised standards namely relevant IEC standards, Australian Clean Energy Council and  they also backed by third party independent agencies like TUV Rheinland/SuD. 

With more than 1GW of projects under operation and maintenance worldwide, they have the experience to ensure the installation runs at optimum performance. Risen Energy Australia aims to develop a 2GW project by the end of 2020. The Yarranlea project and Merredin Solar Farm Project in Western Australia are the 2 projects undertaken by Risen Energy to achieve its ambitious goal of developing a 2 GW of large-scale solar PV projects in Australia.

  Risen Energy Australia has announced that it has achieved 120 MW of rooftop panels sales in the last 12 months, which translates into the highest jump in sales in a one-year period for the company. The manufacturer describes this result as a phenomenal outcome, considering that it only achieved 1 MW of module sales in 2014, and 20 MW of sales for the same period last year, from August 2017 to August 2018.According to the company, Risen currently ranks third in the rooftop PV distribution market, accounting for approximately 10% of Australia’s rooftop market.

Key Benefits Claimed By JA Solar Australia:

The 121 MW Yarranlea project was acquired by Risen Solar Australia in February, 2018. The project aimed at harnessing the Earth’s abundant natural resources to create carbon free energy. Using a range of technologies, our aim is to deliver Renewable Energy to established power grids across a 24 hour. The Farm is developed on 250Ha of sparsely vegetated farmland approximately 50km west of Toowoomba. Once completed, the project will have a generation capacity of up to 100MW

The132MW Merredin Solar Farm is located approximately 260km east of Perth. It will consist of approximately 360,000 Risen Energy 370W high performance monocrystalline PERC module panels mounted on a single axis tracking system. The project is expected produce around 281 GWh of electricity annually, enough green energy to power approximately 42,000 Western Australian homes. The project has completed all pre-commissioning testing on major plant and equipment and is now in the stages of starting the commissioning process.

The 89MW Clermont Solar Farm is a single-axis tracking project, located in the town of Clermont, 106km north of Emerald, Queensland. The site has an installed capacity of approx. 89 MWp DC and spans an area of approximately 497 acres. Once operational, the solar farm will produce enough energy to power approx. 31,000 homes in the region.

2020 marks a new beginning for Risen Australia with the release of 2 new panels, including 500W modules made with large, 210 mm M12 wafers. Risen Energy Australia has signed a distribution agreement with One Stop Warehouse, Australia’s largest solar distributor. It is the largest such contract in Australia so far. Under the deal, One Stop Warehouse will have exclusive rights to sell Risen’s 370W 132-Cell MONO PERC Half Cut Jaegar module to the Australian Distribution Market, and will be the first distributor to sell Risen’s Titan 210mm cell series module for rooftop application.

  Risen Energy Australia’s strong partnership with One Stop Warehouse will catalyse Risen’s dream of being a part of Australia’s thriving rooftop sector and their desire to support the Australian transition into a greener future.

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