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Moser Baer modules to be distributed in US by Munro Solar

As part of efforts to widen its market opportunities outside the nascent Indian market, Moser Baer Solar’s PV modules will be distributed in the US by Munro Solar, under a new partnership deal signed. Munro Distributing Company has 11 centres in four states in the East and West coasts and will offering Moser Baer’s multi-crystalline silicon solar modules for commercial turnkey solar PV projects.

“We have chosen to partner with Moser Baer because they bring their expertise in manufacturing high-technology products and engineering excellence in every PV module produced” commented Glenn Maltais, VP, Market Development and Sustainability at Munro. “Moser Baer offers a quality alternative to leading brands and that translates into more cost-effective choices for our customer base.”

Dr. Rajiv Arya, CEO Solar Business, Moser Baer India said, “We have been aggressively expanding our presence into new emerging markets by building partnerships with key players. I am certain that Munro’s presence in the US and Moser Baer Solar’s highly bankable quality certified modules will positively impact the partnership.”

Module MW quantities were not disclosed.


 

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