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Boviet Solar USA Displays Newest Commercial-Grade Solar Modules at Intersolar North America

Boviet Solar USA Displays Newest Commercial-Grade Solar Modules at Intersolar North America

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 Boviet Solar USA, the newest leader in commercial and utility-grade solar technology in North America, will be displaying its line of solar panels and solar cells at Intersolar North America, to be held at the Moscone Convention Center July 12-14. The solar market in North America continues to grow and Boviet Solar USA is poised to meet the needs of commercial solar contractors and integrators with a full line of solar modules ready to ship from six regional U.S. warehouses.

At Intersolar North America, Boviet Solar USA will display its line of polycrystalline and monocrystalline solar modules. Boviet’s polycrystalline modules are designed as 60-cell and 72-cell panels with power ratings from 265W to 325W. Boviet’s monocrystalline modules are created for applications where the power output needs to be guaranteed in a smaller space. Boviet also plans to preview its new PERC (passivated emitter rear cell) n-type solar modules.

“Intersolar North America is the ideal event to show our commercial-grade solar modules to distributors, wholesalers, and integrators,” said Eric Ma, President and Managing Director of Boviet Solar USA. “We plan to expand our market penetration into mid- to large-scale PV installations and utilities. And since we have six warehouses and manufacture our own units, we can control supply and delivery to meet any demand. We know Boviet Solar USA has a lot to offer in the U.S. market.”

Boviet Solar USA is a subsidiary of Boviet Solar Technology Co., Ltd., and is solely owned by Powerway Alloy Materials Co., (“Powerway Alloy”) which is listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. Powerway Alloy’s acquisition of Boviet Solar gives the company access to first-class R&D capacities, top notch teams, and the capital to accelerate expansion of Boviet’s state-of-the-art solar cell facilities in Vietnam from 280MW to 660MW.

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Anand Gupta Editor - EQ Int'l Media Network

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