Meyer Burger brings 400 MW high-performance solar module manufacturing to Arizona

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In October, pv magazine USA announced that Meyer Burger Technology AG planned to set up a module manufacturing facility in the U.S., but the location was not yet disclosed. Today, Meyer Burger announced that it is establishing a production site for high-performance solar modules in Goodyear, Arizona. Initial annual production capacity is expected to be 400 MW by the end of 2022, with the potential to scale to 1.5 gigawatts (GW) capacity in the future. At full 1.5 GW potential capacity, the facility will provide over 500 skilled manufacturing jobs “Meyer Burger is thrilled to be establishing roots in Arizona and expanding our footprint to the United States,” said CEO Gunter Erfurt. “My sincere thanks to our partners in Arizona for their support throughout this process. Solar energy will be critical to achieving U.S. and global clean energy goals, and our proprietary heterojunction cell technology and patented SmartWire module technology enable us to produce products of the highest quality and performance in order to offer our customers economically competitive solar components.”

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