Shanghai, China – The Targray Solar Division, a leading integrated supplier of solar photovoltaic materials for commercial-scale PV manufacturing, is exhibiting its latest products & solutions at the 2017 SNEC PV Power Expo in Shanghai, China from April 19-21. The 2017 edition marks the company’s tenth consecutive year as an official exhibitor at SNEC, the largest and most notable photovoltaics trade show in Asia.
In addition to hosting meetings with customers and partners throughout the week, the Targray Solar Exhibit Center (booth W2-325) is presenting visitors with the company’s industry-leading portfolio of solar materials, including its newly introduced cutting-edge PV Backsheet materials, delivered in collaboration with German Photovoltaics Manufacturer Isovoltaic.
About the Targray Solar Division
Targray has been a leading material supplier to the international photovoltaics industry for over a decade. The Solar Division is focused on delivering novel products & solutions to help solar module manufacturers maximize the quality and reliability of their products, while significantly lowering their manufacturing cost-per-watt. Leveraging its extensive PV supply chain expertise and international footprint, the company bring a variety of solar materials to market, including Raw Polysilicon, Silicon Wafers, Solar Cells, Silver Paste, Aluminum Paste, Junction Boxes, and Backsheet Materials.
Targray Solar is a business division of Targray Technology International Inc., an award-winning Canadian multinational corporation founded in 1987 that supplies renewable energy materials to a number of industries worldwide. It is one of the fastest-growing companies headquartered in Canada, with annual sales of 400 million USD and branch offices in the United States, Germany, the Czech Republic, India, China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
About the SNEC PV Power Expo
The International Photovoltaic Power Generation Conference & Exhibition (SNEC PV Power Expo) is an annually held solar exhibit in Shanghai, China. The event was initiated in 2006 by the Asian Photovoltaic Industry Association (APVIA), the Chinese Renewable Energy Society (CRES), the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA), the Shanghai Federation of Economic Organizations (SFEO), the Shanghai Science & Technology Development and Exchange Center (SSTDEC), and the Shanghai New Energy Industry Association (SNEIA). The event is jointly organized by 19 international associations and organizations including the US-based Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).
SNEC has become the largest international PV trade show in Asia over the course of the last decade. It has grown from 15,000 square meters of exhibit space in 2007 to over 150,000 square meters in 2016, when it attracted companies from 90 countries and regions around the world. SNEC offers a platform to organizations working throughout the global PV supply chain, from manufacturers and material suppliers, to project developers and research companies.