South Korea-based PV manufacturer S-Energy has entered into a PV module supply agreement with juwi to provide 74MW of modules to juwi’s multiple PV projects in Colorado.
S-Energy will deliver the newly-developed SN-series modules manufactured in South Korea to Colorado. S-Energy has enhanced technology to eliminate PID issues of PV modules as well as to improve the products’ overall performance. PV modules offered by S-Energy are also free from punitive tariffs imposed by the U.S. government among the solar trade disputes with China and Taiwan.
"S-Energy has been continuously working with juwi's affiliates globally, including its parent company in Germany to build a strong foundation based on trust and reliability," said Mr. Sung-Min Hong, S-Energy's Founder and Chief Executive Officer. "We have had a very mutually successful relationship with juwi in 2015 in both U.S. and European markets, and we will strive to keep the bond strong for many years to come."
One of the Colorado projects is expected to be among the U.S.'s first utility-scale photovoltaic system installations with a maximum system voltage of 1,500 V and is scheduled to break ground in the first quarter of 2016.