Solar EnerTech in sales contract with German system integrator
Solar EnerTech Corp. has entered into a 10MW contract to deliver itssolar modules to Solarzentrum Allgau, one of the leading solar systemintegrators in Germany.
The total shipment value to SolarzentrumAllgau under the contract is approximately $20 million. Shipments,aimed for solar power installations in Germany, are scheduled to beginimmediately and will be delivered throughout the current calendar year.
SolarzentrumAllgau was founded in 1985 in Altdorf, Germany. The company hasbenefitted from Germany’s introduction of the Renewable Energy SourcesAct in March 2000 and has grown its operations through itsspecialization of sale, assembly and installation of PV systems.
Thecompany is also the founder of an information and advisory center aboutsolar energy in the county of Allg?u. Its President, Willi Bihler isconsidered a visionary in the field for his innovations in solar powerinstallation.
Leo Young, CEO of Solar EnerTech, commented: "Thisis an exciting new project for Solar EnerTech which can accelerate ourfinancial performance for this calendar year. It shows that ourstrategy of enhancing our operating facility and improving our productefficiency is paying off."
"The quality of our solar modules arewell known to Solarzentrum Allgau as we have served as a supplier totheir rooftop projects in the past. Our high-quality, efficient andreliable products continue to garner increased attention among manywell-known PV system integrators, which has improved our competitiveadvantage in winning new contracts."
Willi Bihler, Proprietor ofSolarzentrum Allgau commented: "Solar EnerTech’s solar products andsupport services meet the criteria for high quality and performancethat we demand from our suppliers. When we encounter some technicalissues during our installations, Solar EnerTech’s team is alwaysavailable to assist us with the appropriate solutions. We look forwardto further developing our relationship with Solar EnerTech and believethat through their support, we have a compelling opportunity to gain alarger share of the German market going forward."
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