SolarEdge has formed a partnership with Greek-based Enolia Solar Systems in a bid to expand its operations in the country. This follows the news in June that the Israel-based solar power harvesting solution provider will begin distributing in Australia, highlighting the company’s increasing global network.
Enolia Solar holds a current project pipeline of 7.2MWp for 2010, with installations under development and construction in Crete, Lesvos, Rhodes, Voiotia, Larisa and Agrinio. The company also aims to add 13MWp in 2011. In order to reach these targets, Enolia expects to sell over 1.5MWp of SolarEdge systems within the coming months.
“The SolarEdge unique solution is particularly beneficial for the Greek market,” said
Charilaos Mitrelias, general director of Enolia Solar Systems. “As home owners can enjoy module-level optimization of their PV systems for maximum power production at all times, in addition to the highly efficient PV inverter and improved maintenance through the monitoring portal—all from one vendor.”
“The Greek PV market offers great opportunities for both the short and long term,” said Zvi Lando, VP of global sales at SolarEdge. “We recognize Enolia, with its technical knowhow and well-established and wide network of partners and distributors, as an ideal partner to develop operations in the Greek market.”