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Dutch Solar Module Maker Energyra Insolvent (Int'l. Report)
Energyra
Date: 2019-04-05
In the Netherlands, solar module manufacturer Energyra, which owns a 100 MW solar panel factory near Amsterdam in province of North Holland, reports it has filed for insolvency court protection and hopes to restart business under controlled administration. The company blamed production equipment delivery delays and a working capital deficit for the insolvency proceedings.

Energyra produces modules based on a Metal Wrap Through (MWT) cell technology provided by Dutch research institute ECN. (Source: Energyra, pv mag, Others, April, 2019) Contact: Energyra, John vanLarhoven, Pres., +31 (0) 251 655 569, info@energyra.com, www.energyra.com

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Energyra Plans Netherlands Solar Module Plant (Int'l Report)
Energyra
Date: 2017-08-16
Ducth solar company Energyra is reporting plans to construct a 100-MW PV module factory in Zaanstad, North Holland, at an expected cost of €21 million. The province of North Holland will support the project with a €3 million investment. The new plant is expected to begin production in Q1, 2018.

Energyra's no-busbar polycrystalline 60-cell solar "Pandora" module delivers efficiency of over 18.5 pct and has a power range of 265 W to 285 W, according to the company. The Pandora module is based on a nanocoated anti-reflective, high transmission glass, patented MWT technology and an aluminium/copper backside barrier.

Energyra's 60-cell monocrystalline "Medusa" module offers an efficiency of around 20 pct and is based on the same technology of the Pandora series, and has a power range of 290 W to 310 W. Energyra is planning to start manufacturing activities at the factory in the first quarter of 2018. (Source: Energyra, PV Mag., August 15, 2017)Contact: Energyra, +31 (0) 251 655 569, info@energyra.com, www.energyra.com

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