Mana Energy Pak (Private Joint Stock) Company Located in Saeedi Industrial Estate, Markazi Province, Iran was founded in December 2017 as one of the first Iranian solar cell producers with the plan to start the first production on the second quarter of 2019 in Iran.
The company bought a multi-crystalline wafer plant that is able to produce 1200 MW multi and monocrystalline wafer in a year. The plant will be operational in the third quart of 2021.
Current machines have the maximum annual capacity for production of 150 MW multi-crystalline solar cell, corresponding to roughly 4500 cells per hour. The factory will run in 3 shifts 24/7 with a total personnel of 100 persons, operators, technologists, maintenance engineers and administration.
In the third quarter of 2019, the company will install a module line with the capacity of 250 MW panel per year which would be operational in the first quarter of 2020.
Research and Development
The company is eager to follow the global trends in the solar industry and for this reason, will be in constant contact with the pioneering institutes of the field in Europe to ensure the quality of its products in futures.
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