Jabil and SolarEdgeTeam Up for Smart Energy Technology

American electronics manufacturer Jabil, based in Florida, announced that it is teaming up with global smart energy technology leader SolarEdge to aid in transforming how power is harvested and managed in photovoltaic (PV) systems.

June 23, 2022. By News Bureau

American electronics manufacturer Jabil, based in Florida, announced that it is teaming up with global smart energy technology leader SolarEdge to aid in transforming how power is harvested and managed in photovoltaic (PV) systems. 

A shared focus on manufacturing excellence and automation has led to the installation of more than 2.5 million intelligent power inverters and more than 60 million power optimizers in over 130 countries across five continents.

“We produce tens of millions of products every year, so high-volume, high-quality manufacturing is our lifeline to meeting aggressive growth demands and unrelenting product quality expectations,” said Zvi Lando, CEO, SolarEdge Technologies. “That is not an easy challenge for any manufacturer, but Jabil has delivered on our expectations during the ups and downs, and most challenging times. Because we are similar in attitude and company culture, we focus on execution and accomplish what we set out to do.”

SolarEdge’s consistent customer dedication has helped the company capture its primary markets, comprising residential, commercial, industrial, and utility sectors, leading to a steady stream of different products for residential and commercial customers, as well as continuous product modifications, to be in line with emerging regulations around the world.

“We’ve done tremendous things together to create an optimum manufacturing environment,” said Scott Gebicke, Senior Vice President, Industrial Division, Jabil. “We deployed an automated solution that enables Jabil to operate in the leanest and most efficient way possible while decreasing manufacturing time by almost 50%. This makes a big difference when you’re making tens of thousands of products each week, if not millions in a month.”

Jabil and SolarEdge collaborate on all aspects of production, encompassing design for manufacturing, supply chain management, as well as manufacturing automation, and scalability.

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