It finally happened. In a few days, the new solarplant is going to be launched that J.v.G. Thoma has jointly "booted up" in Poland. The installed components included Stringer, Robot Layup, Busing, Laminator, Trim, Framer and Flasher. The initial manufacturing of modules will be supervised by experts from Germany. Approximately 100kW are expected to be generated there.
Subsequently, a Polish enterprise approached J.v.G. Thoma – with a proposal to build in near future not only solar modules, but also to go one step further. The plan is to certify and produce a jointly developed hybrid module in the new plant, namely the Desert Hybrid Module. Such a module can generate power approx. 250 - 300W electrically and approx. 500W thermally. The thermal collector as well as the Desert PV-Modules will be manufactured in Poland. The production system is going to be adapted and optimized to this new product.
The installation of systems/machines was carried out during the last few months. Now, all machines are running perfectly without any disruptions and are ready for the start off. The system specialists from J.v.G Thoma are on site to provide support for the entire process - until the stage of controlling the quality of the modules. "We are confident that we will be producing here top quality products, because, at the time of installation, we have successfully transfused a J.v.G. Certificate of TÜV into the Polish manufacturing", Hans Thoma, the General Manager of the Thoma-Group, explained.