Sunworks, Inc., a leading provider of solar power solutions, announced this week that it has finalized a strategic supply relationship with SolarEdge Technologies, Inc, a global leader in PV inverters, power optimizers, and module-level monitoring services. By offering SolarEdge along with premium solar modules, the Sunworks residential division expects to see a substantial increase in sales and revenue beginning in the fourth quarter of this year. The versatility of SolarEdge technology allows for Sunworks to offer the existing residential and new home markets unrestricted solar systems that are easily expandable when needed.
These fully monitored systems also have optimization capabilities to mitigate energy loss from module mismatch, and are battery storage ready. This effectively creates a greater value for the consumer at a more cost effective price, while still covered by Sunworks industry leading 25 year worry free warranty. “As the leading inverter company for the U.S. residential market, we are pleased that Sunworks has selected the SolarEdge solution to optimize its residential solar business model and gain a competitive advantage,” said SolarEdge General Manager, North America, Peter Matthews. “SolarEdge is proud to align itself with a respected organization like Sunworks and together offer more home owners high-quality solar energy systems that provide increased energy production and lower electricity costs.”
The strategic supply relationship effectively raises the bar in the solar industry by including the SolarEdge revolutionary inverter and power optimizer as the preferred solar components into Sunworks’ unparalleled, high-quality line of residential solar products and services. “It is outstanding to see a premier solar inverter company and the industries preferred solar integrator come together to provide the consumer the best solar solution at the best value,” said Sunworks CEO, Jim Nelson. “At Sunworks we are always committed to seeking the best solution for our customers and know SolarEdge shares in that same mission.”