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Mondragon develops a high-throughput 150MW ‘Front Line’ tabbing and stringing system

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Mondragon Assembly has been awarded by one of the most important Automotive Components Supplier all over the world as a global supplier of its new automatic assembly lines. These lines will assemble air pressure sensors for the automobile industry. 

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Mondragon Assembly has supplied a fully automated 200 MW turnkey line to the prestigious Indian company Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), which manufactures photovoltaic modules, among many other products. The line is based in Bangalore.

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Mondragon Assembly visited the WFES show in Abu Dhabi last week. It has been a successful summit with 5 co-located exhibitions, many conferences and events and a large quantity of companies showing their products and services.
It’s the most important Solar hub for the MENA region and an excellent platform for real business.
The 10th edition of the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) ended with strong growth in commercial activity surrounding the event and the number of hosted business meetings surging by more than 60 percent. Hosted by Masdar as part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week, WFES aims to promote the business case for industries involved in sustainable energy, water, and waste management. While final attendance is yet to be confirmed, early calculations show that the figures will be consistent with pre-show estimates of around 880 exhibiting companies from about 40 countries, and 38,000 attendees from 175 countries. Attendance included around 1675 CEOs from 128 countries.
Some announcements and plans revealed in WFES 2017:
• Saudi Arabia’s plans to add 10 gigawatts of renewables to its energy mix
• India’s plans to add 175 gigawatts of renewables by 2022
• DEWA and Masdar announcement of plans to start building the third stage of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park


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The year 2017 stands out as a historic year for Mondragon Assembly’s solar business, as it will supply turnkey lines with a cumulative production capacity of over 1 Gw, consolidating itself as a worldwide reference in this type of solution.

The projects are spread all over the world, including, among other countries: China, India, Tunisia, Burkina Faso, and Brazil.

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Mondragon’s leading automated solution for photovoltaic applications has developed a Front Line with an annual production capacity of 150 MW.

Due to the decrease in raw material costs, photovoltaic energy has become one of the cheapest energy sources in the market, having achieved an exponential growth in recent years.

In light of this growth, module manufacturers increasingly require higher production lines with higher degrees of automation, which is why Mondragon Assembly has developed the most modern Front Line in the market.

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Its innovative interconnection system allows the MTS 2500 Tabber to reach a net production capacity of 2400 cells per hour, making it the fastest in the market.

The MTS 2500 Tabber is designed to process cells of different technologies and sizes, and is capable of welding cells with up to 8 bus bar. Thanks to its compact design, it only requires 7.5m2.

The MTS 5000 solution is available for a net production of 4800 cells per hour, with more than 180 Mw per year.

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Our best wishes for the new year and thank you for your confidence in our team

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MONDRAGON ASSEMBLY, at its facility in Orange, France, has been awarded with the new ISO 9001:2015 Certification, proving that the Company’s processes of design, engineering, manufacturing and management follow a strict, complete and efficient Quality Management System. This results in very performant products of high quality as well as in an excellent Customer Service.

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Mondragon Assembly Solar has inaugurated, in the Aretxabaleta plant, in Spain, a modern showroom equipped with the latest technology for manufacture of photovoltaic modules. The 200m2 facility features the following machinery:

-Tabber & Stringer
-Sun Simulator

In addition to the manufacturing line, customers will also be able to see the latest developments of Mondragon Assembly, such as the glass-glass bifacial module.
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