EME signs Si-based thin-film solar module supply framework with Bosch Solar Energy

EME Energie Management Eberlein GmbH, a specialist in solar project development and a photovoltaic wholesaler, has signed with Bosch Solar Energy AG, a 3-year contract for the delivery from up to 31 MWp thin-film silicon modules.

(December 20, 2010) — EME Energie Management Eberlein GmbH, a specialist in solar project development and a photovoltaic wholesaler, has signed with Bosch Solar Energy AG, a 3-year contract for the delivery from up to 31 MWp thin-film silicon modules.

“The high-quality, toxicological harmless, thin-film silicon modules complement our product portfolio. They are a very good addition to the previously successfully used thin-film CdTe-based modules,” said Herbert Eberlein, managing director of EME Energie Management Eberlein GmbH.

The high-quality and efficient thin-film solar modules from Bosch Energy will be used at different PV-building projects of the company EME. It is planned to use them in field projects and roof systems. With the photovoltaic wholesale EME GmbH also offers modules with inverters and other components for sale to skilled trades and system partners.

Energie Management Eberlein EME GmbH is a partner in the international, fast-growing photovoltaic market with a focus is on the sales territories of Germany, Italy, France and Greece. The business areas of the fast growing company include the wholesale distribution of single components and complete photovoltaic solar systems, procjecting and technical implementation of turnkey and complex solar power systems.

Solar Energy is currently the newest business division in the Bosch Group. Bosch Solar Energy supplies first-class solar cells and modules with high annual yields, even under sub-optimal levels of sunlight. Learn more at http://www.bosch-solarenergy.com

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