Thin-film solar PV company Solyndra opens European headquarters

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Solyndra has opened its European headquarters in Holzkirchen, Germany, near Munich and tapped Clemens Jargon as its regional managing director and VP to head the thin-film PV company’s sales and service operations in the region as well as in the Middle East and Africa.

The Fremont, CA-based  company, which has booked more than $1.5 billion in orders and shipped commercial products for almost a year, already works with international solar power project integrators such as Phoenix Solar and Gecko Logic of Germany and leading international roofing systems manufacturer Carlisle Energy Services.

“The commercial rooftops of Europe are an immense opportunity for the generation of solar electricity and are of growing importance with favorable incentive support in many countries,” said CEO/founder Chris Gronet. “This move strengthens our ability to serve our customers in the region and allows us to play a greater role in the evolution of the European energy market toward a more sustainable future.”

Solyndra says its copper-indium-gallium-(di)selenide (CIGS) thin-film PV panels (which feature a unique cylinidrical-module design) are fully certified for European solar installations and have received independently validated product verification and performance testing from multiple sources, including IEC, GSE, and Fraunhofer ISE.

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