Risen Energy

Risen Energy

Risen Energy
  • Long company history since 1986.
  • Bloomberg tier 1 and top performer in PV Evolution Labs
  • Have local offices in Brisbane and Melbourne
  • No premium options – panels are mostly focused on the mid-range cost-effective mass market

Company History

Risen Energy Co., Ltd. was started in 1986. In 2002, the company switched from being a producer to making solar panels. In 2010, the company became a public company in China, and it is now traded on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Risen Energy has grown over the last ten years, but its debt-to-assets ratio has stayed at 60%, making it a good bet for large-scale solar projects.

The company’s main business is making solar panels and silicon wafers in China. However, Risen has also been an investor, developer, and EPC for large-scale solar projects all over the world. Risen Energy’s main office is in Ningbo, China, but it has 11 other offices in Europe, the United States, Japan, India, Mexico, and Australia.

Since 2008, Risen has been sending solar panels to Australia. They have a local office and team in Mt Waverley, Victoria. Risen has set up distribution channels in Australia. Most recently, they announced a 150MW distribution agreement with One Stop Warehouse that gives them exclusive rights to sell Risen’s 330W Jager Solar Panels.

Bloomberg Tier 1 Solar Panel

Bloomberg’s well-known “tier 1” ranking is in no way a measure of how good Solar Panels are. It’s just a sign of how well the manufacturer can make money based on information about the company’s finances that is available to the public. This should give you an idea of how big and well-known the company is. Bloomberg Tier 1 includes solar panels that have been raised.

 PV Evolution Labs Top Performer

PV Evolution Labs and DNV GL work together to test the reliability of solar panels. The tests are voluntary, and the companies that make solar panels pay to take part. This testing method is known all over the world and gives an accurate picture of how well the solar panel works.

In the most recent report, Risen Solar Panels was named as one of the best for LID+LETID and Potential-induced degradation.

Long History Company with Good Track Record

Risen was started in China in 1986, and its market share has steadily grown over the last 35 years. Risen started doing business in Australia in 2008. In 2014, it opened an office in Melbourne, and in 2018, it opened a second office in Brisbane.

Risen has been certified by independent testing agencies like PV Evolution Labs and Bloomberg NEF, and their solar panels have been used in many large-scale solar farm projects in Australia by large investment firms.

Risen’s annual capacity will reach up to 24.6GW in 2021, which makes them one of the most important companies that make solar panels.

Risen Solar Panel Technologies

Under the name “Risen Energy Co Ltd,” 170 solar panels made by Risen have been approved by the Clean Energy Council in Australia. To be eligible for the federal STC solar rebate, you must do this.

At the moment, Risen sells two types of monocrystalline panels in Australia. These are the Titan Series and the Jager Plus Series.

Risen Jäger Plus Series

The Risen Jager series was made in response to some of the biggest problems in the industry and customer concerns, such as how to reduce LID, LETID, internal loss, shadow shading, and BOS costs. As a new generation of high-performance, cost-effective, and reliable products, the Jager series has three types of products: RSM132, RSM144, and RSM156. The highest module conversion efficiency can reach up to 21.0%, and the highest power output can reach up to 455Wp.
Jager’s high-efficiency mono-crystalline cells use world-leading technologies like two-side-stack-passivation, SE (Selective Emitter), low-temperature firing, and enhanced current injection. This can improve the efficiency of the cell’s conversion while lowering LID and LETID at the same time. Up to 22.51% of Jager cells can be turned into something else.

Jager Plus Series has bi-facial solar panels for ground-mounted projects and an all-black option for people who want their roof to look nice.

Risen Jäger Plus Series

Risen Titan Series

In Australia, the Titan series is now the most popular Risen panel. Four of the new Titan Series solar panels come with a 25-year warranty, while the other solar panels in the series only have a 15-year warranty.
There are solar modules in the Titan Series that range from 390Wp to 550Wp and have a maximum efficiency of up to 21.7%. All of the panels are made with PERC, half-cut silicon cells, and the number of cells in each panel ranges from 110 to 150, depending on the size of the panel.
This series also has an option called “all black,” in which both the solar cells and the aluminum frame are black. This is a popular choice among people who buy solar panels for their homes.

Risen Titan Series

How Much Do Risen Solar Panels Cost?

Based on Solar Choice’s database, the average costs below are a good place to start. In these prices are:

Solar System that is ready to go with Solar Panels on the Roof
Installation by a reputable installer from Solar Choice’s network who has already been checked out.
The GST and the STC

System SizeAverage Fully Installed Cost

Should I Buy Risen Solar Panels?

If you want a tried-and-true solar panel in the middle price range, all the evidence points to Risen as a good choice. We would recommend any of the three models of solar panels below, which are more efficient and come with a 25-year warranty.

  • RSM130-8-430M-450M
  • RSM40-8-385MB-405MB
  • RSM40-8-390M-415M

Risen Energy FAQ

What is pros and cons of Risen Energy

Risen Energy Pros:

  • Long company history since 1986.
  • Bloomberg tier 1 and top performer in PV Evolution Labs
  • Have local offices in Brisbane and Melbourne

Risen Energy Cons:

  • No premium options – panels are mostly focused on the mid-range cost-effective mass market

What is average rating of Risen Energy

Average rating is 4.625 based on next metrics: Security: 5, Options & Fees: 5, Services & Features: 4.5, Customer Service: 4

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