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KACO new energy the world’s second largest inverter manufacturer; with over 2GW of PV inverters in the field to date is thrilled to announce the most recent partnership with distribution specialist Aten Solar.
Aten Solar has been a presence in the solar market for the past 20 years with a heavy focus in distribution for the past ten. Their commitment to superior customer service and supplying the most reliable products on the market make them an ideal distribution partner for KACO. They have a reputation in the solar industry for providing their clients with personalized support similarly to how KACO prides itself on interacting with partners. “It’s a perfect marriage of ideals” says sales rep Clinton Porter.
As of April 2010 the blueplanet brand KACO 02xi inverters will be readily available off the shelf at the Aten Solar warehouse in Bradley Beach, NJ.
A powerful partner for PV system solutions, KACO new energy has built a tradition of excellence in the photovoltaic inverter and power electronics industries. Our German-based factory engineers have been developing, designing and manufacturing current inverters and power electronics for more than 60 years.
The KACO blueplanet product family has set new standards in photovoltaic applications – particularly in reliability, efficiency, power density, and patented technology to meet NEC requirements. As the heart of your photovoltaic installation, your KACO inverter pumps electricity into the public grid continuously and efficiently. The efficiency of the KACO blueplanet inverters will earn you money and a solid return on your solar investment. Additional information about KACO is available at www.kaco-newenergy.com.
ABOUT Aten Solar:
Aten Solar is a leading value added distributor of complete environmental and sustainable products. Engineers from the solar thermal heating, conventional heating, ventilation and air conditioning industries created Aten Solar to meet the demand for solar energy solutions globally. The company’s purpose is to provide a unique product mix that is compelling for buyers amidst a plethora of products and technologies.
As you probably well know, we have been in front in promoting thin film modules for 3 years now when most online sellers were selling pricey c-si modules. Based on our modeling software, our testing and user testimonials, we are convinced that a-si modules will produce at least 9% more Kwh/yr than 12-14% more efficient (due to better temperature coefficients) c-si models in sunnier places; and suffice to say isn’t the name of the game Kwh produced and not DC STC watts?
So as long as you have the surface area, we have advocated and endorsed these modules. The concern about increased a-si framed module degradation compared to their c-si brethren has no substance. So based on my premise, how do you feel about thin film modules today? Would you use thin film modules in your current or future projects?