Seeking Light, Zero Carbon, Building Dreams in the Middle East | Osda Appears at the 2024 Abu Dhabi World Future Energy Summit (WFES)

2024-04-18 Source:

The World Future Energy Summit (WFES) has rapidly grown since its inception in 2008 to become the largest, most influential renewable energy exhibition and conference in the Middle East and North Africa region. It's the prime choice for renewable energy companies entering the Middle East and North Africa. Osda showcases its N-type TOPCon high-efficiency photovoltaic modules, energy storage inverters, and comprehensive solutions at booth 9300.

Situated in the low-latitude region of the Middle East, the UAE experiences scarce rainfall and enjoys superior sunlight conditions, with an average effective annual electricity generation duration of 3000 to 4000 hours. In terms of photovoltaic installation and renewable energy goals, the UAE has been at the forefront in the Gulf region. By 2050, it's projected that 50% of the UAE's electricity will come from carbon-free sources, primarily photovoltaic power.

At the exhibition, Osda' booth attracted the attention of many visitors. Tailored for the desert environment of the Middle East, Osda showcases two dual-glass modules. In desert conditions, using double-sided high-power modules results in higher power generation gains, with an average backside gain of approximately 5% to 10% in desert photovoltaic power plants. Osda's 580W N-type TOPCon dual-glass modules boast six major advantages, including lower attenuation, superior high-temperature power generation performance, higher double-sided returns, better low-light performance, lower per watt sea freight costs, and lower degree electricity costs, ensuring efficient power generation performance under unstable light conditions in desert regions and further enhancing the stability and reliability of power plants.


Osda' Austa Energy Storage Division provides integrated solutions for household photovoltaic energy storage integration and disconnection from the grid, combining photovoltaic power generation with energy storage equipment to ensure grid stability and achieve "peak-valley arbitrage." For distributed scenarios such as commercial and industrial parks, Austa introduces distributed photovoltaic energy storage solutions, utilizing combinations of photovoltaic modules and energy storage batteries to supply power to commercial and industrial users or parks, manage the charge and discharge of energy storage batteries, and achieve functions such as "peak shaving and valley filling." Additionally, Austa offers integrated solutions of "photovoltaics + energy storage + electric vehicles" to commercial and industrial customers."

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