Chino, California – New East Solar Energy, a leading manufacturer of solar panels, is proud to announce that it is expanding its operations with 8GW of module and the supporting cell capacity in Indonesia. The initial phase of the two-part expansion is projected to become operational by late Q3 of 2023, adding 2.5GW of modules and supporting cells to the company’s portfolio. This will bring the company’s overall capacity to approximately 10GW of cells and modules by the end of the year. During the second phase, NE Solar plans to increase the Indonesia capacity by an additional 5.5GW starting in 2024.
New East Solar Energy is committed to providing high-quality solar panels to meet the growing demand for renewable energy. The expansion in Indonesia is part of the company’s plan to increase its production capacity to meet this demand and support the transition to a cleaner, more sustainable future.
New East Solar Energy has a strong track record of delivering bankable and reliable solar panels to utility, commercial & distribution customers in the United States. With this expansion, the company is poised to continue its growth and contribute to the development of the renewable energy industry in the United States.
“We are thrilled to be expanding our operations in Indonesia,” said Bill Huang General Manager of New East Solar Energy. “This investment will help us meet the growing demand for solar panels and support the transition to a cleaner, more sustainable future. We are committed to supporting the development of the renewable energy industry and contributing to the country’s energy security.” The Indonesian NE Solar manufacturing campus is nearing the completion of its construction and is preparing to install equipment lines in the next few months.
About New East Solar Energy
New East Solar Energy is a leading manufacturer of solar panels with a mission to provide high-quality, reliable, and bankable solar modules. With operations in the United States, Cambodia, and Indonesia, the company is committed to reducing dependence on fossil fuels and supporting the transition to a cleaner, more sustainable future.