by Staff Writers
Changzhou, China (SPX) Jun 14, 2012
Trina Solar has announced a collaboration with Germany-based E3/DC to develop next generation energy storage solutions for homes and small businesses. After introducing Trinamount in 2011 and announcing the launch of Trinasmart recently, Trina Solar further strengthens its position as provider of solar energy solutions.
"We are very excited about this new collaboration," said Ben Hill, Head of Trina Solar Europe.
"Storage is a key technology going forward. It helps to balance solar energy generation with consumption. Customers thus become independent from rising energy costs. We see increasing interest in storage solutions and wish to be at the forefront of this development. "
While the collaboration provides Trina Solar access to best-in-class storage technologies, E3/DC benefits from Trina Solar's global footprint. "Trina Solar is a well established and well respected global solar brand," said Andreas Piepenbrink, managing partner of E3/DC.
"Trina Solar's sales and marketing offices throughout Asia-Pacific, Europe and Americas allow us to reach out to a multiple of markets and a broad scope of customers. This is a highly important and promising collaboration for us."
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NABCEP Partners with SolarNexus to Support Solar Industry Best Practices
Clifton Park NY (SPX) Jun 14, 2012
The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) and SolarNexus, the leading supplier of web-based solar business management software, have announced a new partnership to help solar contractors improve quality throughout their organizations. NABCEP's top objectives include the promotion of solar contractors' quality and skills, and to increase consumer confidence. SolarN ... read more
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