Sunworx GmbH signs a module supply contract with the ersol Thin Film GmbH Company

Another milestone has been set. The Sunworx GmbH company finalizes a long-term supply contract with the ersol Thin Film GmbH company for 73,5 MW thin-film modules “Made in Germany”

Sunworx GmbH
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The SUNWORX GmbH company has signed a module supply contract for 73,5 MWp with the Thuringia-based photo voltaic manufacturer ersol Thin Film GmbH company, a subsidiary of the ersol Solar Energy AG. The supply of amorphous thin-film modules is to commence immediately and the contract runs until 2012.

The long-standing cooperation with the ersol subsidiary aimex-solar GmbH in the field of crystalline modules has now been extended with the ersol Thin Film GmbH company to include thin-film modules. The deciding factors were the excellent production quality of their thin-film modules, the many years of experience and the technological advances made by the ersol AG in silicon processing.

Willi Wohlfahrt, managing director of the Sunworx GmbH company, said “With this combination we can see the best chances of a continuous increase in the energy-efficiency of the modules and thus, a long-term security of our competitive position. We place very high demands on our partners and are very pleased with the fact that with the ersol Thin Film GmbH company, we have found a competent and reliable partner. We are confident that we have very good prospects for a sustained success in marketing”.

Sunworx can continue doing justice to the increasing demand for high-quality components “Made in Germany” and can expand the introduction of their international sales activities.
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