News on GCL-Poly

News on suppliers, market trends and technology innovations in polysilicon and wafer production is selected, assessed and written for you by Bernreuter Research.

Representatives of GCL-Poly Energy Holdings and its subsidiary Jiangsu Zhongneng celebrate the official launch of the 54,000-ton fluidized bed reactor (FBR) project for granular polysilicon in Xuzhou, Jiangsu province, China on September 8, 2020

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Jiangsu Zhongneng Polysilicon, a subsidiary of GCL-Poly Energy Holdings, will increase its fluidized bed reactor (FBR) capacity for granular polysilicon to 54,000 tons by the end of 2021.

Polysilicon plant of Tongwei’s subsidiary Sichuan Yongxiang Polysilicon in Leshan, Sichuan province, China

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While the polysilicon plant of Tongwei’s subsidiary Sichuan Yongxiang Polysilicon was temporarily shut down due to a flood alert, Daqo New Energy and GCL-Poly are aiming to resume production after accidents.

Distillation columns of GCL-Poly’s polysilicon plant in Xinjiang

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Chlorosilanes expert Alan Crawford argues for concerted action after four similar incidents have occurred at the Chinese polysilicon plants of Daqo, GCL-Poly, East Hope and Tongwei.

GCL-Poly’s polysilicon plant in Xinjiang

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Within just three weeks, two Chinese polysilicon manufacturers have experienced accidents at their factories. The Chinese polysilicon industry should learn its lesson from the fire at Daqo and the explosions at GCL.

Polysilicon production volumes of the Chinese top 4 manufacturers (Tongwei, GCL-Poly, Daqo, Xinte) in 2019

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The 2019 results of the four largest China-based polysilicon manufacturers – Tongwei, GCL-Poly, Daqo and Xinte – reveal enormous discrepancies with numbers published by Chinese industry bodies.

Jiangsu Zhongneng’s polysilicon plant in Xuzhou, Jiangsu

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Leading China-based polysilicon manufacturer GCL-Poly wants to replace its existing plant in Jiangsu province by a new 60,000-ton base in Leshan in the western province of Sichuan.

Solar module from GCL System Integration Technology made of cast mono wafers

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Leading China-based polysilicon and wafer manufacturer GCL-Poly will ramp up its production capacity for cast mono ingots and wafers to 15 GW by the first quarter of 2020.

Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom) of China, press conference on February 9, 2017

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The Chinese Ministry of Commerce has announced that duties will continue to be imposed on imports of solar-grade polysilicon from the USA and South Korea while it will conduct a final review running through January 2020.

GCL-Poly’s wafer factory in Suzhou

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Leading China-based polysilicon and wafer maker GCL-Poly Energy Holdings made a loss of approx. US$77.7 million in the first ten months of 2018; the group will dispose its subsidiary Suzhou Kezhun Photovoltaic Technologies.

Workers at polysilicon plant in China

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GCL-Poly Energy Holdings and Tongwei Group have announced production capacities that are larger than originally planned for their new polysilicon factories.