Poland's Menlo Electric to distribute 100 MW+ of Seraphim PV modules

Solar park in Poland. Image by: Green Genius.

April 21 (Renewables Now) - Chinese solar modules maker Seraphim Solar said it has signed an agreement with Poland’s Menlo Electric for the distribution of over 100 MW of modules to Central Europe in 2021.

The Polish partner, which is engaged in providing a wide range of equipment and services to the renewable energy sector, will focus on promoting Seraphim’s new line of S3 and S4 monofacial modules, including the 370-Wp and the 440-Wp models.

Menlo Electric can expect significant shipments to start in June, Seraphim said.

According to Seraphim, Poland experienced a boom in home PV system installations in 2020. The Chinese company now expects to co-develop the Polish and Central European market with the new partner and provide not only the latest modules, but also professional technical and marketing services, it added.

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