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We are a company with more than 15-year experience in this PV Mounting  System business because we are from Resources Integration with mutual participation. We have 3 factories bonded together and the purpose is to provide better  service including stronger capability and more capacity to meet the request of our  customers. They are MT Parts & Components Manufacturing Factory,Plastic Floating Manufacturing Factory and HJ Assembly Factory.
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MT Manufacturing Factory
MT Manufacturing Factory
MT Manufacturing Factory

Our major material in production are stainless steel, aluminum and ZAM steel. Currently there are advanced CNC cutting machines, CNC routing machines, customized parts processing machines, punching machines, laser cutting machines and other special machines in our production lines to deep-process those material. Annual turn-over is about 20 million US dollars, and we still have about 7 million US dollar open capacity.   

Assembly Factory
Assembly Factory
Assembly Factory

We built a professional assembly production factory to give our customer the best service. Here we do product assembly, packing and quality inspection. In order to make sure all products meet our customers’ quality standard, we have a lab in the factory to do all kinds of testing each order.

Plastic Floating Products Factory
Plastic Floating Products Factory
Plastic Floating Products Factory

6 production lines in house and 720MW capacity we have. 

MT Manufacturing Factory Assembly Factory Plastic Floating Products Factory
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  • 19

    2023.04
    Common misconceptions about residential PV

    The demand for rooftop photovoltaic systems and residential batteries by households continues to grow. In order to meet the expectations of homeowners, the German consumer association Verbraucherzentrale NRW is trying to clear up misconceptions about PV installations that can frustrate professional consumers.   It is very important that people can be clearly aware of their personal goals with PV and then go on to discover more about other aspects," says White of s So Good Energy  GmbH. In this way, disappointment can be avoided and solar energy can be used really effectively."   The first misconception is the promise to people that they can become self-sufficient with PV power and storage systems. This is not the case, as PV systems and home storage solutions can only meet a certain percentage of a household's annual electricity supply.   The level of self-sufficiency that can be achieved in a home ranges between 25 and 90 per cent, depending on the level of electricity consumption and whether or not a storage system is installed. h White says that especially in the winter months, there is not nearly enough solar power, so electricity must be purchased from the grid. Full self-sufficiency can only be achieved through additional seasonal storage, such as hydrogen power.   White says: "However, this is technically very complex and makes little economic sense for residential units."   Another misconception is the belief that PV systems are only valuable in combination with batteries. Some homeowners seem to think that connecting solar energy to the grid is not an attractive option from an economic point of view.   "Even without a storage unit, PV systems still have economic value," says White, "and the feasibility of installing batteries for a PV system depends on several factors - mainly the household's consumption profile and the cost of electricity. "   Homeowners should therefore check their level of electricity consumption without installing a storage system. They can compare the higher level of electricity consumption achieved with the installation of a battery storage system with the actual electricity costs incurred.

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    2023.04
    Average price of €0.0703/kWh for large scale PV tenders in Germany

    The German Federal Grid Authority (Bundesnetzagentur) allocated 1,952 MW of installed photovoltaic capacity in the first national utility-scale solar tender of the year, for a total of 245 bids, slightly exceeding the 1,950 MW that the Bundesnetzagentur had planned to allocate. the tender was significantly oversubscribed, receiving a total of 2,869 MW of 347 project proposals.   The agency set a maximum price of €0.0737 ($0.081)/kWh for the auction, with a final average price of €0.0703/kWh, ranging from €0.0529/kWh to €0.0730/kWh.   Southern Bavaria received the largest share of allocated capacity with 845 MW, followed by Brandenburg with 223 MW and Rhineland-Palatinate with 163 MW.   Bundesnetzagentur also revealed that around 851 MW were allocated to projects on arable land and grassland in less developed regions and a further 755 MW were awarded to PV projects along motorways and railways.   "For the first time since June 2022, the number of bids received significantly exceeds the planned capacity," said Bundesnetzagentur chairman Klaus Mller, "We have never received so many bids in a tender before. The issue now is to maintain this high level of bids in order to move forward with the necessary expansion in the long term." So Good Energy will participate in the tender and present the latest design solutions, setting a new benchmark for the new photovoltaic energy industry

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    2023.03
    Tesla's ambitious plan foresees 3 TW solar and 6.5 TWh energy storage in the US, with So Good Energy participating

    Tesla unveiled the third chapter in its series of ambitious plans, outlining the company's vision to transform the United States and the world into a sustainable future powered by clean power generation resources. The report covers a wide range of topics including power generation, energy storage, transportation, investments, mineral utilization, heat pumps, industrial heating electrification, recycling, and the electrification of ships and aircraft.   The document forecasts a future need for 30 TW of mainline wind and solar, and 240 TW of energy storage. The Macroplan cites a number of data sources in its references, including the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Fraunhofer Institute, the International Energy Association and Princeton University's US Net Zero Emissions Initiative.   The plan envisages a global deployment of 18.3 TW solar, 12.1 GW wind and 2.5 TW electrolysers. The generation resources will feed 112 TWh of automotive batteries, 40 TWh of aircraft and marine batteries, 46.2 TWh of stationary "electrochemical" batteries, 41.4 TWh of thermal batteries, and a massive 642 TWh of hydrogen energy storage.   The report gives a forecast of 3 TW of solar power for the US, which includes 15 million residential rooftops, industrial storage paired with 43 GW of commercial rooftop solar, 1.9 TW of onshore wind and 64 GW of offshore wind.   The technological innovations of So Good Energy dovetail perfectly with this plan statement, and in the near future, So Good Energy will be building these plans together with Tesla

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    2023.03
    So Good Energy: Great potential and much restraint in photovoltaic tenant electricity

    The promotion of electricity for tenants should bring PV power to cities in full. However, the number of PV tenant power projects implemented in Germany has so far been manageable. This is mainly due to the legal requirements in the EEG, which make implementation less attractive and often very time-consuming. According to a representative survey conducted by s So Good, almost two thirds of tenants want to get solar energy from their own roof. Nearly 50% answered "yes" and a further 15% answered "quite yes". Of the 1,000 landlords surveyed, 46% said they were more or less interested in achieving photovoltaic tenant power.   According to the survey results, a third of tenants are even willing to invest in their own photovoltaic systems in apartment buildings. But according to Green Energy Planet, there are simply too many obstacles facing landlords. According to the survey, the main reason for scepticism is the necessary structural measures, at 37.1 per cent. 34.2 per cent of landlords see heavy bureaucracy and 31.1 per cent are also put off by the lack of profitability.

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    2023.05
    On May 24th we will bring our new patented products to the PV New Energy Expo in Shanghai

      On 24 May, our company will participate in the world's largest solar energy technology exhibition in Shanghai. We will bring our newly developed products to the exhibition, which are specially designed for a series of problems such as solar power generation, installation and energy storage in homes, so that you can reduce the cost of using solar energy and improve the efficiency of using solar energy. Our booth number is E2.285. We welcome you to visit our booth and see our new products, which will definitely bring you unexpected surprises!

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