Advent Solar to Ship 250 MW of Solar Modules with European Partners

Advent Solar Inc., announced that Enerpoint, MHH Solartechnik and SunConnex have agreed to purchase and distribute the Advent Solar Ventura Technology, a comprehensive cell-to-module solar architecture that the company introduced this week at the European Union Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference in Valencia, Spain.

Under this agreement, Advent Solar along with Enerpoint, MHH Solartechnik and SunConnex will deploy more than 250 megawatts (MW) of Ventura-based solutions in Europe through 2013.

“Advent Solar is focused on helping the solar industry move closer to grid parity by providing innovative solar solutions that maximize efficiency and increase energy output,” said Peter Green, president and CEO of Advent Solar. “Our partnerships with Enerpoint, MHH Solartechnik and SunConnex are key elements of our long-term growth strategy in Europe and demonstrate our commitment to moving solar energy from an alterative technology to a mainstream solution.”

Advent’s Ventura Solar Technology provides a platform-level design by combining Emitter-Wrap Through (EWT) back-contact cells with semiconductor device manufacturing methods to create a highly scalable platform for module manufacturing, the company said.

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