Powerway joins hands with BYD to supply Africa with electricity

Powerway designs adjustable mounting systems, which feature multi-directional adjustment angles and other functions.

Powerway continues to extend applications for its mounting systems, for clean energy, after its Hunan project. Recently, Powerway worked together with BYD to supply electricity to regions in Africa that have no power.


The project focused on areas in Africa with low latitude, in order to meet the latitude and location requirements of different regions. Powerway designs adjustable mounting systems, which feature multi-directional adjustment angles and other functions.

As a professional manufacturer of mounting systems, Powerway applies rigorous mechanical calculations to every project, to ensure the safety of the systems. We will, as always, continue our contributions to photovoltaic system security.

Where there is sunshine, there is Powerway!


About Powerway

Powerway is China's leading PV mounting system designer and manufacturer with in house extrusion facilities, fabrication workshop, engineering team, testing lab, etc, offering one stop solution to customer worldwide. Now they have been working with many EPC players for the MW projects located in USA, Italy, India, China, etc.

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