Kyocera Solar, Inc.(KSI) will showcase its industry-leading solar energy solutions and new programs as a “Watt” sponsor of the eighth annual Solar Power International (SPI) conference September 10-13 in Orlando, FL. Kyocera’s technical experts, as well as partners Enphase and UMA Solar, will highlight the companies’ innovative energy solutions and programs at UMA Solar’s booth (#3519) throughout the show.
Kyocera has been at the forefront of the solar energy revolution for more than 37 years, with reliable, proven photovoltaic solutions that highlight the company’s commitment to integrity, quality, environmental preservation and continuous improvement. As a result, solar power has become Kyocera’s fastest-growing business globally.
At SPI 2012, Kyocera is partnering with Enphase Energy and UMA Solar with representatives from each company on hand at the UMA Solar exhibit booth to answer questions about their industry-leading MyGen Flex kits paired with micro-inverters for residential and small commercial applications. Kyocera representatives will discuss details on an upcoming program for preferred partners and can also provide details about recent announcements, the company’s large-scale industrial installations and their vision for new developments in the solar industry including:
•Kyocera Solar Finance: a program designed in partnership with De Lage Landen Financial Services to provide loan and lease options to consumers seeking light commercial and mid-to-large commercial installations.
•Kyocera Training: in partnership with National Solar Trainers, Kyocera recently announced a wide array of IREC-certified (Interstate Renewable Energy Council) and NABCEP-registered (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) training options to its dealers nationwide in live, hands-on and online formats.
•East Coast Solar Warehouse: a new solar products warehouse in Cherry Hill, N.J. to augment Kyocera’s established distribution points in San Diego and Scottsdale, Ariz. The new warehouse will help ensure fast, cost-effective service for Kyocera customers on the U.S. East Coast.
•Kagoshima Mega Solar: a 70-megawatt (MW) solar power plant in southern Japan is being built by Kyocera and two other companies to help solve Japan’s power supply issues resulting from the effects of the Great East Japan Earthquake. The plant will make a substantial contribution to environmental protection, including the reduction of CO2 emissions.
•AV Solar II: a 127MW, utility-scale photovoltaic (PV) installation in southwestern Arizona, of which KSI is supplying 34MW of its U.S.-made solar modules.