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At 3SUN, we’re redefining the PV industry with durable, high-performing technology designed and manufactured responsibly. In the US, 3SUN will be among largest manufacturers of high-performance photovoltaic cells and modules with an annual production of 3 GW. Our photovoltaic modules, manufactured with 100% renewable energy, bring CORE-H heterojunction technology to the US market, guaranteeing top performance for utility scale (solar plants) and distributed generation (residential and commercial use). Our product portfolio shares market-leading features such as high efficiency, superior performance, and excellent reliability. We have also developed a highly automated and traceable state-of-the-art manufacturing process because we are committed to environmental and social sustainability to achieve a low carbon footprint and a traceable and transparent supply chain. To learn more about 3SUN USA please visit our website or follow us on LinkedIn @3SUN


Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Houston, Texas, SEG Solar is an internationally recognized Tier 1 U.S. manufacturer of high quality PV modules.

In 2023, the company acquired a manufacturing plant in Houston as part of its strategy to intensify its research and development capabilities, enhance its domestic industry supply chain and expand its global market reach. The company’s commitment to technological innovation, quality, cost-effectiveness and sustainability sets it apart from its competitors and is evident in the superior service it provides to its customers.

Counting on a fully integrated supply chain, the company will have a global capacity during 2024 of over 5.5GW and 2GW for modules and cells respectively, with more than 2GW of SEG products already installed in the U.S. and Europe as of the end of 2022.



Part of the CHINT Group, Astronergy is a globally recognized cell and module manufacturer and, founded in 2006, was among the first private Chinese companies to enter the PV sector. A major player in the n-type TOPCon module field, the company has been ranked as a “Top Performer” by PVEL on no less than seven occasions and has a footprint in over 140 countries and regions worldwide, with offices in markets including Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, the US and Brazil


Heliene is one of North America’s fastest-growing domestic module manufacturers serving the utility-scale, commercial, and residential markets. With an in-house logistics team and remarkably responsive support staff, Heliene delivers competitively priced, high performance solar modules precisely when and where customers need them to accelerate North America’s clean energy transition. Founded in 2010, Heliene is recognized as a highly bankable Tier 1 module manufacturer and has production facilities located in Ontario, Minnesota and Florida.



Clean Energy Associates helps buyers and long-term owners of solar and energy storage equipment buy the right products and ensure they are properly manufactured and installed.  The rapid growth of the clean energy industry is exhilarating but the explosion of new technologies, new companies, new factories, new markets, and new business models can be hard to stay on top of and brings new risks.

From our headquarters in Denver and our Asian base in Shanghai, CEA provides our clients with investment confidence as we allow them to get a “peek behind the curtain” to understand what is really happening upstream in supply chains and production facilities and downstream in project design and execution.

CEA’s global team has helped our diverse customer base of project developers, EPCs, IPPs, and financial institutions understand industry trends and market dynamics, select the best suppliers, negotiate the best contracts, carefully audit production processes, test equipment in the field, and perform technical and acquisition due diligence.

Our experience executing over 145 GW of solar and 15GWh of storage projects in over 70 countries, including work in over 350 production facilities, is invaluable to our clients as they navigate the ever-changing and hyper-competitive landscape of clean energy. CEA is a subsidiary of Intertek Group plc, a FTSE listed company based in London, with 1,000 test labs and 44,000 professionals working in 100+ countries.


PI Berlin provides expert technical diligence, procurement, and quality assurance services for a wide range of solar installers, integrators, project developers, utilities and investors in North America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Australia. We enable our clients to manage technical risk associated with the investment or procurement of PV equipment. We leverage direct relationships with PV module, inverter and battery manufacturers, apply our expertise to qualified manufacturers and independently verify quality, reliability, and performance.


Risen Energy was founded in 1986 and is a hi-tech PV module manufacturer.

The company exports its products to more than 50 countries and regions around the world, including Europe, North America, South Africa and Southeast Asia, has over 45 core technologies and operates its own national level photovoltaic laboratory in China.


Solar4America is a premium solar panel US manufacturer, located in Sacramento, CA. We manufacture a variety of solar panels for residential, commercial, and utility projects. We have been investing extensively in state-of-the-art equipment, technologies and teams in the U.S., which enables us to provide great local customer services and warranties to our customers.



The Global Electronics Council™ (GEC) is a mission-driven nonprofit that leverages the power of purchasers to create a world where only sustainable technology is bought and sold. GEC manages the EPEAT™ ecolabel, a free resource for procurement professionals to identify and select more sustainable products. In addition, the EPEAT ecolabel is a resource for manufacturers to demonstrate that their products conform to the highest sustainability standards. At GEC, we believe that technology is an essential and valued aspect of our lives, but it comes at a price. Electronics consume unsustainable amounts of natural resources, contribute to climate change, and add to the largest growing waste stream in the world, e-waste. Institutional purchasers who buy vast quantities of products have the power to drive the demand for more sustainable electronics. Likewise, electronics brands can demonstrate leadership in the marketplace by selling products with less harmful impacts on people and the planet.