Talesun had said that the new PV modules would deploy solar cells with 20.3% conversion efficiencies, providing module conversion efficiencies of 17.55%.

The company noted in a financial filing in China that the start of production in Thailand would help the company further develop its PV business in Southeast Asia as well as across the world due to "effectively avoiding the impact of anti-dumping and anti-subsidies", which included the US and EU.

According to PV Tech’s tracking of new capacity expansion announcements, Thailand has attracted around 2.3GW of new production capacity since 2014, with 2.2GW of new capacity announced in the first nine months of 2015.

Southeast Asia's burgeoning solar market will under the spotlight at the Solar & Off-Grid Renewables Southeast Asia event in Bangkok, Thailand, on 25 & 25 November. Organised by PV Tech's publisher, Solar Media, the event will offer unparalleled insights into emerging opportunities in the region from a top-level line up of speakers. Further details are available here.

NextGen Climate America has released a new report, in collaboration with ICF International, that showcases the positive impact that making the switch to clean energy could make on economic growth in the United States.

The report, titled Economic Analysis of U.S. Decarbonization Pathways, uses studies released in Energy and Environmental Economics’ (E3) Pathways to Deep Decarbonization in the United States report to study the effects that clean energy could have on US financial growth.

According to NextGen’s report — under E3’s projections of investing in clean energy and cutting down on greenhouse gas emissions — the US would add over 1 million jobs by 2030 and nearly 2 million by 2050 — with over 1.2 million jobs in the construction market as a result of developing renewable energy projects.

By lowering emissions levels 80% from 1990 levels by 2050, the US would also boost its GDP by up to US$290 million and raise household incomes across the country.

Due to the development of new well-paying jobs in the renewable-energy sector, households could see their disposable income increase by US$350 – US$400 by 2030 and by as much as US$650 in 2050.

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