"We see signs of stable growth for the Israeli PV market, not only in ground-mounted utility-scale but also in the rising commercial & industrial segment. Sungrow is poised to strongly commit to the region by establishing this partnership with Kahane Group," says Lewis Li, General Manager Sungrow Europe & Northern Africa
October 23, 2019. By News Bureau
Sungrow has announced that it has signed an agreement with Israeli solar specialist Kahane Group to distribute the Company's products on the Israeli market, accelerating the global step to fulfill its mission of "Clean power for all".
The most prominent company in the solar sector, Kahane Group, designs and manufactures solar solutions for residential, commercial & industrial and ground-mounted systems in Israel and beyond. The Group's solar energy division is leading international projects to provide from turnkey off-grid solar solutions to EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) services of large-scale solar power plants. Among the most prestigious projects was placing a roof-top PV system on the Israeli parliament, by at the same time expanding their global footprint in Latin America, Ukraine, and Africa.
"We see signs of stable growth for the Israeli PV market, not only in ground-mounted utility scale but also in the rising commercial & industrial segment. Sungrow is poised to strongly commit to the region by establishing this partnership with Kahane Group," says Lewis Li, General Manager Sungrow Europe & Northern Africa.
"We are proud to partner with Sungrow. This partnership will enable us to expand and improve our range of solar solutions for the Israeli market and access the most innovative and advanced technologies. We have no doubt that our many years of experience working with prominent international brands and our cooperation with Sungrow, the global frontrunner in PV inverters and energy storage equipment, will create additional value for our customers," says Michael Kahane, Co-CEO of the Kahane Group.
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