Inventux receives MCS certificate for British solar market

Berlin, (PresseBox) - Inventux Technologies AG has received the MCS certificate for its micromorph thin-film solar modules. The British inspectors from BE Global have verified the high quality of the Inventux modules. The certificate must be obtained in Great Britain to receive the feed-in tariff for solar systems with a total output of below 50 kWp.

This certification shows how rigorously Inventux is pursuing its internationalisation strategy. With the Clean Energy Cashback, which went into force in April 2010, Great Britain is providing the best possible conditions for the successful development of the renewable energies market, especially photovoltaics. Inventux is already involved in its first reference projects on the British Isles, and will be presenting its product portfolio at the Ecobuild trade fair in London from 1 to 3 March, 2011.

Christian Plesser, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, explains: "Our aim is also to systematically implement our professional marketing concept in Great Britain by being close to the customer and service-oriented. We work together with installers who also have MCS certification, thus fulfilling high quality expectations from the very start. We are well-prepared for the British market both with our product portfolio and our sales system."

Inventux successfully entered the international systems business in autumn 2010. In addition to its powerful thin-film solar modules, the Berlin company is now also offering one-stop complete solutions for micromorph photovoltaic systems. The micromorph technology is particularly well-suited to Great Britain because of its excellent performance in low light as well as the optimum temperature characteristics of the modules. In future, Inventux will be there for its British customers, providing its 360° service from the initial consultation right up to system installation.

Inventux Technologies AG

Inventux Technologies AG not only develops and produces silicon-based thin-film solar modules, but is also a system provider of micromorph solar technology. The Berlin-based company was established in the spring of 2007. Just 18 months after launching Europe's first series production of micromorph thin-film solar modules, Inventux was able to increase the efficiency of its modules to 10 percent.

At present, Inventux maintains a staff of some 240 employees and is a winner of the 2010 red dot design award as well as the 2011 iF product design award, among others.

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