AmpleSun and partner Broosha Solar Italia have reached an agreement with the Research and Technological Innovation Agency (R&TIA) for the supply of 500KWp of amorphous-silicon thin-film modules ASF Series.
The companies will utilize these modules for three BIPV projects. The smallest of the three will be a 40KWp system in the city of Modica, Sicily. The other two plants, each for 230KWp, will be based in the industrial zone of Caltagirone, Sicily.
“We are confident that our decision to utilize the ASF modules for thin-film installations will contribute positively to our image of high-quality system integrator” said Fabrizio Nardo, CEO of R&TIA. “We are aware that thin-film will play a fundamental role reaching grid parity.”
“It is clear to us that R&TIA is seriously committed to environmental sustainability, and is looking for ways to creatively reduce green energy cost,” said Guoqing Jin, CEO of AmpleSun. “We feel this project serves both objectives. The ASF series module is an environmental friendly product that delivers more solar energy per KWp than a traditional system.”
“Broosha Solar is dedicated to developing the Italian market for emerging companies with high quality products portfolios,” commented Domenico Valastro, director of business development at Broosha Solar Italia. “We look forward to the continuous success of our strategic relationship with AmpleSun and R&TIA.”