• Photovoltaic modules
    Photovoltaic modules

    Cleantec Trade is an importer, distributor and supplier of solar modules or solar panels.

  • Brands

    Cleantec Trade is a stable partner of several Tier 1 PV brands: Trina Solar, Canadian Solar, Eging PV, China Sunergy (CSUN), Neo Solar Power (NSP), ReneSola and Build Your Dreams (BYD).

  • Quality. Service. Knowledge.
    Quality. Service. Knowledge.

    Cleantec Trade is known for its high quality products, dedicated service and extensive market knowledge.

  • Customer focus
    Customer focus

    Cleantec Trade guarantees best price, fast, efficient and sustainable delivery. Moreover, the company is financially strong, healthy and reliable.

Tier 1 Chinese solar panel producers Q3 2016

Tier 1 WP









↑    1. Jinko Solar

↓    2. Trina Solar

↑    3. Canadian Solar

↓    4. JA Solar

=   5. Yingli Solar

↑    6. Risen Energy

↓    7. Talesun

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Brexit: impact on PV sector

BrexitFollowing the UK’s shock decision to leave the EU after the referendum at the end of June ’16, there are a number of consequences and opportunities for the solar market:

Currency fluctuations: temporary price jump
Exchange rate volatility arising from the Brexit increased solar panel prices immediately. Asian manufacturers use the dollar as reference currency and prices of materials for European manufacturers are also based in dollar. Given the fact that the pound and euro lost against the dollar, the £-prices, and to a lesser extent, €-prices increased instantly after the referendum result. However, this effect has already flattened out after one week and is expected to rebalance.


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Market Analysis Asian PV Panels Q2 2016

Market Analysis WP• Prices: stable, but decline expected

• Availability: no shortage and inventory clearance

The prices of Chinese and Southeast Asian solar panels have remained nearly unchanged since the beginning of the year. However, panel prices are now under pressure as cell prices have dropped sharply in the past months. Currently continuous European demand still keeps prices at a stable level. But, both poly and mono prices are expected to decline in Q3 because of unclear demand outlook and persistent price competition.


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