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GCL and MYSUN partner to launch high quality Solar Kits for Indian Homes.

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Mysun, India's leading rooftop solar platform focused on providing end to end solar solutions, and GCL System Integration Technology Co. Ltd., a group company of Golden Concord Holdings Ltd., Hong Kong, a USD 20 billion enterprise engaged in manufacturing of PV material and  clean energy equipment, today announced a strategic partnership.

The companies jointly announced the launch of 'GCL G-Home rooftop solar kits tailor-made for the Indian market. The companies plan to transform the way solar systems are bought and sold today through a combination of high quality and innovative solar products as well as a unique customer experience through first-of-its-kind packaging, delivery, installation, service and consumer financing. 'GCL G-Home Kits are designed with standardized, modular components that speed installation, enhance performance and safety, and are built to last.

GCL, the world's largest renewable energy company, is synonymous with high quality manufacturing of solar materials and products and the development, construction and operation of new energy projects. The company has presence in the United States, Japan, Canada, Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Djibouti and many other areas in the world.

Speaking on the newly unveiled partnership, Mr Krishan Mehta, CEO and Country Head GCL India commented, "After a phenomenal response globally, we are really excited to bring these plug & play Solar Kits to a high potential market like India. These kits are specifically designed for home consumers. In MYSUN, who lead the home solar market in India, we found just the right partners to achieve our very ambitious plans for this product line." Mr. Mehta added "The products would be marketed under the brand G-Home- Powered by MYSUN"

Mr. Gagan Vermani, Founder & CEO, MYSUN commented, "Keeping our focus on the end consumers, especially the residential consumers across India, we have introduced this unique product in the market. We are committed to redefine the way solar energy is bought and sold in India and bring in the concept of 'retailisation' in the solar industry. In We are quite excited to partner with GCL, a global market leader in the solar industry, to offer our home consumers in India advanced technology solar products and a unique customer experience."

The Kit provides all the equipment including solar panels, Li-Ion batteries and other necessary accessories including fitments for installing customer rooftop solar power units. 'G-Home-Powered by Mysun Solar Kits are available in four standard sizes. The kit will also offer options for hybrid solar systems with highly reliable and long life Lithium-Ion batteries and hybrid inverters suitable for the Indian residential consumers looking to use solar power during night hours.

Mysun will facilitate and undertake design, installation, commissioning and aftersales services and shall be the one point contact for the customers for the lifetime of the system. GCL and Mysun are of the belief that a retail focused approach would enhance the customer experience by reducing the customer decision making time as well as the installation time. With these kits, the companies would be able to reduce the delivery and installation period for solar systems from about 3 months today to a week or even a few days.

Business | News published on 19 / 09 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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