Solarever USA expands solar module, cell production at Mexico plant
Solarever USA is expanding annual production capability to 1.1 GW of solar modules with an eye to supplying the U.S. solar market. This expansion comes via a $35 million investment at their Colima, Mexico plant. Also, this expanded production includes a buildout of their cell capacity (600 MW production line).
“This latest investment and expansion of our product line is just the next step in our continuing commitment to the North American Solar market” said Simon Zhao the CEO and founder of Solarever USA (Solarever Group). “We look forward to being the biggest as well as the best manufacturer of renewable energy products and will continue to invest in research and development of solar products”.
Founded in 2012, Solarever Group is a North American based company that produces solar modules, solar cells and in the future energy storage systems, along with electric vehicles.
Along with this capacity, Solarever USA will be adding warehousing and logistics to better serve the U.S. market, an increasingly important piece of the puzzle.
“We are now looking at Florida as well as additional locations in California and Texas,” notes James Lian, the Country General Manager of Solarever Group, on possible warehouse spots.
In the next four years, the company will also invest over $1 billion in new HJT and TOPcon cell technology production lines, lithium battery cell production lines, and electric vehicle assembly lines all in North America.
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