Intersolar EU: SolarEdge signs business agreement with SolConTec International

SolarEdge Technologies and SolConTec International have signed a business partnership for the distribution, system design and installation of SolarEdge performance optimizers and PV inverters. SolConTec is expected to roll out the technology across Germany, Italy and Greece.

"We are in very close cooperation with SolarEdge," said Peter Stiegler, head of sales and purchasing of SolConTec International. "As an expert in the field of development and integration of commercial interest or large-scale PV farms we know in particular the high tolerance of the SolarEdge system to set shading and the constant string tension to appreciate, with a total for the year can even realize optimized plant litter. "

SolarEdge is exhibiting at Intersolar Europe, booth B4.310.

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