Suniva, Inc., a member company of Shunfeng International Clean Energy Limited and the leading American manufacturer of high-efficiency solar cells and modules, with headquarters in metro-Atlanta and manufacturing facilities in Georgia and Michigan, today announces its 430MW manufacturing facility expansion is approaching completion as it celebrates nine years as America’s leading solar manufacturer. The additional capacity will provide the company’s global customer base with high-power density modules with power ratings up to 300w (60-cell format) and 350W (72-cell format).
Since Suniva’s inception in 2007, the company has seen a steady increase in demand for its high-quality, high-powered solar products made in the USA. Suniva’s U.S. customer base has shown increasingly strong commitments to the company’s high-quality American standards, resulting in exclusive partnerships with many U.S. distributors and developers, and manufacturers.
“Suniva’s U.S. customer base is stronger than ever,” said Matt Card, executive vice president, Commercial Operations of Suniva. “Over the last nine years, we have been honored to develop lasting partnerships all over the world, including some of the most well respected businesses in the industry right here in the United States. It’s very rewarding to know that Suniva’s solar products are making a positive impact on our environment, and providing for energy needs in applications ranging from EV charging stations to embassies, hospitals, military bases, residential and commercial rooftops, canopies and utility-scale fields. Each day, we are proud to be making a difference, and living our motto of solar made sensible,” said Card.
A 2016 recipient of Georgia’s Manufacturer of the Year award, Suniva’s primary focus is to offer the highest quality solar products at maximum value, while achieving the highest power possible. As a U.S.-born company, Suniva prides itself on its role of American job creation. Suniva employs the highest percentage of American workers among all other major solar module manufacturers.