Solarfun Power, a manufacturer of silicon ingots and photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules in China, has said that its subsidiary, Shanghai Linyang Solar Energy Science & Technology, has been selected to supply integrated solar systems to cover the roofs of the French and German pavilions and generate electricity for these two pavilions at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo.
The French pavilion will feature a 25.56kW integrated solar system, which comprises of 168 monocrystalline modules and 105 building integrated PV modules and covers an area of 500sqmt. The system is expected to generate 27,000kWh of electricity.
The German pavilion will feature a 25.38kW integrated solar system, which comprises of 108 monocrystalline modules and covers an area of 250sqmt. The system is expected to generate 25,000kWh of electricity.
Solarfun manufactures both PV cells and PV modules, provides PV module processing services to convert PV cells into PV modules, and supplies solar system integration services in China.