Inovateus Solar Signs Agreements with Module and Inverter Suppliers

Inovateus Solar has signed an agreement to install at least 10 megawatts of Uni-Solar photovoltaic modules within the next three years.

The company has also signed three more agreements with Kyocera, Solyndra and inverter manufacturer, Solectria Renewables. Further details about these deals were not disclosed by Inovateus.

“We are very pleased to have sealed this relationship with Uni-Solar,” said T.J. Kanczuzewski, whose company has been a Uni-Solar distributor for three years and expects to install some 25 megawatts of solar in the next three years. “Our relationships with Kyocera, Solyndra and Solectria Renewables also ensure that we will be able to meet the full-range of energy needs for our customers.”

Uni-Solar produces Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) panels, lightweight, flexible solar electrical modules designed to serve a dual purpose of roofing and power generation. Kyocera provides the highest quality PV power modules in a range of sizes designed to meet the requirements of the most demanding energy users worldwide.

Solectria Renewables designs and manufactures premium efficiency, high reliability inverters and combiners for renewable power generation. Solyndra designs and manufactures proprietary cylindrical modules and thin-film technology.

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