by Staff Writers
Orlando FL (SPX) Sep 18, 2012
Hanwha Solar has entered a distribution partnership with AEE Solar, one of the nation's largest and most well- established wholesale distributors of solar products and equipment.
The partnership will expand Hanwha Solar's distribution channel and strengthen its commitment to the residential market. AEE Solar will add the Hanwha Solar HSL60 Poly module to its distribution network in October.
"Hanwha Solar's best-in-class solutions further AEE's goals of offering the products, training and support needed for our customers to succeed," said Gregg Fisher, vice president and general manager for AEE Solar.
"With an industry-leading module warranty and a proven track record of more than 2 gigawatts of modules delivered worldwide, Hanwha Solar products provide the right balance of price and quality to meet the demands of the market."
Hanwha Solar modules are backed by an industry leading 12-year workmanship and 25-year linear power warranty.
"Expanding our presence in the North America residential market is a key growth strategy for Hanwha Solar," said Mark Bronez, president of Hanwha SolarOne North America. "We are partnering with AEE Solar because of its proven commitment to excellence and reputation as one of the most trusted companies in solar."
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