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More photovoltaic modules for Europe

China’s exports of solar modules to Europe have surged this year. From January to July 2022, Chinese manufacturers exported photovoltaic modules with a total capacity of 51.5 gigawatts to Europe. That was 25.9 percent more than in all of 2022, reports business magazine Caixin, citing data from energy consultancy Infolink Consulting. According to the report, Chinese photovoltaic industry trade with Europe – including countries outside the EU – accounted for 55 percent of the country’s total solar module exports between January and July. In 2021 as a whole, Europe’s share had been 46 percent.

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