Intersolar: Project Business and Module Innovations from Talesun

Gregor Albrecht, Talesun
(PresseBox) ( Munich, )
Talesun Energy, a leading international supplier of turnkey photovoltaic power plants, will be exhibiting at Intersolar 2014 in Munich. The company will present its construction and financing portfolio for solar power plants from 4th to 6th June in hall A2 at stand 111. In addition, Talesun will introduce the upcoming product innovations of its parent company, Zhongli Talesun Solar, to partners and other interested parties.

The focus of Talesun Energy's trade show presentation is its array of services for the project business. As a provider of turnkey solar power plants - including a fully comprehensive service package - the company develops PV projects, implementing all phases of the project up to the handover to the investor. According to a current study by the market research firm IHS, Talesun now belongs to the global top ten EPC companies (EPC = Engineering, Procurement and Construction). "Having only been present in the market for the last four years, we at Talesun are very happy to be listed at number six in the IHS rankings", says Gregor Albrecht, Managing Director at Talesun Solar GmbH in Munich. "It shows that our efforts, across Europe, Asia and the USA have been worthwhile."

Talesun will also be sharing its upcoming product innovations with the visitors to the trade show. Later this year the company will be offering a new rooftop module, which is both smaller and lighter than its predecessor. The market can also expect an optimized frame for the Easy Mount Module with a thickness of less than 40 millimeters. In addition, Talesun is working on a module which exhibits no potential induced degradation.

Germany: Still one of the most important markets

Through its participation at Intersolar Europe, Talesun is affirming its commitment to the German and European markets. "Germany is, and remains, a very important photovoltaic market within Europe. Over the years a concentrated branch know-how and internationally active network have developed here", explains Albrecht. "What's more, Germany will be one of the first countries able to develop from a market supported by feed-in tariffs to one driven by the price of electricity. Through this pioneering role, new impulses and dynamics are created which stimulate opportunities for further growth."

Over the last year, Talesun implemented some 150-megawatt of capacity in Europe alone. About two thirds of this came through the project business, with the other third derived from trade. "In Germany, the sales of modules play an important role. The potential is far from being exhausted. There are still plenty of roofs, both in the residential and business sectors, which are suitable for the installation of photovoltaic modules. Meanwhile, energy demand remains on the increase and electricity costs continue to rise", continues Albrecht. "Furthermore, due to the consolidation in the sector, there is a growing need for replacement modules by many maintenance firms and operators. We are always available to our partners with both advice and assistance in this area."

About Talesun Energy

Talesun Energy is the internationally operating project and investment company of Zhongli Talesun Solar, a leading producer of solar modules and cells. Talesun Energy focuses on the global acquisition of project rights, on project development, and on the sale of turnkey photovoltaic power plants. The company simultaneously acts as an investment house for the financing of large-scale solar projects. More information on Talesun Energy can be found at:
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