Suniva, a manufacturer of high-efficiency crystalline silicon solar cells and modules, with headquarters in metro-Atlanta and manufacturing facilities in Georgia and Michigan, announces its partnership with DMSolar, a solar distributor in Mexico.
Suniva and DMSolar recently partnered on several quality-focused solar projects in Mexico, totaling over 2MW. The partnership’s latest project, a 300kW project rooftop in Leon, Guanajuato, went live in November. SMARTPV, the installer and integrator based in Guadalajara, selected Suniva’s 330W Optimus panels for their high power density, a requirement for end-user and energy owner, Acopol, a Mexican manufacturer of commercialized goods.
“Suniva is pleased to partner with Mexico’s DMSolar,” said Pat King vice president, distribution channels of Suniva. “Our partnership provides high-quality solar products to the growing solar market in Mexico. Many local companies are realizing the significance of high power density and how it will yield a stronger solar investment – Suniva’s technology is ideal for this market,” said King.
“DMSolar is very happy to have formed a strong partnership with Suniva,” said Yusef Kanchi, director of DMSolar. “The Mexican market we work with seeks American-made, high-quality, high-powered products and we have found that Georgia-based Suniva is our go-to company for both quality and power.”