Hanersun, a player in the solar industry, announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Solfacil, a major Brazilian solar fintech, signifying a significant step towards supplying HITOUCH 5N modules with a collective capacity of 400MW to Brazil.
This collaboration marks the debut of Hanersun’s cutting-edge HITOUCH 5N 585W high-performance modules in the country, expanding technological access and extending benefits to a broader base of end users, further solidifying the strategic partnership between the two entities.
Driven by progressive state policies, Brazil’s solar market has witnessed substantial growth, establishing itself as a frontrunner in installation capacity within Latin America. Solfácil, a trailblazer in solar fintech with over 8 years of experience, has played a pivotal role in nurturing Brazil’s evolution into the world’s largest distributed solar market.
With a network comprising 4,250+ active solar installers and 66,000+ customers, Solfacil has excelled in propelling solar adoption across Brazil.
The MoU entails the procurement of flagship HITOUCH 5N modules, equipped with 182mm TOPCon cells employing MBB+half-cut cell design and high-density encapsulation. Demonstrating an industry-leading module efficiency of 22.65 percent and minimal LID/LeTID effect, these modules offer stability and compatibility ideal for distributed projects.
SUNNY SUN, VP of Hanersun, expressed gratitude for Solfácil’s trust in Hanersun and affirmed a commitment to deepen cooperation across Brazil, offering professional support and full-service solutions. The introduction of HITOUCH 5N modules aims to provide customers with a more efficient and reliable solar experience, furthering the transition toward low-carbon solutions.
Solfacil’s CTO conveyed confidence in the partnership, emphasizing the significance of the collaboration between Hanersun and Solfacil in one of the world’s largest solar markets. Recognizing the technological advancement brought by TOPCon 585W technology, the CTO highlighted the potential to elevate panel efficiency for Brazilians.