Abound Solar announces the Abound Alliance

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In an effort to create a more level playing field for the cost of PV electricity, Abound Solar has partnered with market leaders to create the Abound Alliance. The goal for the program is to allow each company to coordinate their product development, marketing and sales efforts, while creating making their products improve in performance, cost reductions, and/or increased system reliability.

“Abound Solar understands the complexities facing solar project developers and engineering firms,” said Julian Hawkins, Abound Solar’s senior VP of sales and marketing. “We have assembled the Abound Alliance to assist our mutual customers in simplifying the design, qualification, and procurement process.”

Companies in the Abound Alliance include Kaco, Northern States Metals, PV Powered, Refu Solar Electronics, Schletter, and Sunlink. The alliance also aims to create a path for vendor selection in large-scale systems in the engineering, procurement and construction sectors. Customers would be able to choose the best solution for their own needs.

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