Maxeon Solar Lands Module Supply Agreement In Austria

Clean Capital Energy Group Contracts Maxeon Solar Technologies As ‘Primary Premium’ Solar Panel Technology Provider For Distributed Generation Segment In Austria

Maxeon Solar Lands Module Supply Agreement In Austria

Clean Capital Energy plans to expand its reach further into residential and commercial solar market of Austria, for which it has chosen SunPower spin-off Maxeon Solar Technologies as its primary premium solar technology provider. (Photo Credit: Panumas Yanuthai/shutterstock.com)

  • Clean Capital Energy Group of Austria has appointed Maxeon Solar Technologies as its primary premium solar panel technology provider
  • Maxeon Solar will supply the Austrian company with solar modules to build a growing base of residential and commercial solar customers in Austria
  • The partnership, said Maxeon Solar, comes after more than 2 years of collaboration with CCE as an official installation partner

Singapore headquartered solar module manufacturer Maxeon Solar Technologies, Ltd. has been selected by Austrian solar energy service provider Clean Capital Energy Group (CCE) to supply it solar modules targeting residential and commercial solar customers in the country.

Maxeon Solar is now CCE’s ‘primary premium’ solar panel technology provider for CCE. There was no specific quantity of solar modules mentioned by the companies. Maxeon Solar said this partnership comes after more than 2 years of collaboration with CCE as an official installation partner.

CCE has been using SunPower brand solar panels for most of its distributed generation (DG) projects that are now manufactured and commercialized by Maxeon Solar, and counts more than 2 GW solar power capacity at various stages of development, implementation and operation globally.

In Austria, CCE works as EPC service provider installing and servicing solar systems ranging from residential to small utility scale projects.

“Maxeon’s unique value proposition of advanced panel technology, high-output performance and proven reliability is driving rapid growth in European distributed generation channels,” said General Manager DG EMEA at Maxeon Solar, Vincent Maurice. “We expect Austria to contribute to this expansion thanks to its strong renewable-oriented policy and the high growth potential. We have had tremendous success with CCE to date, and this partnership will deepen our commitment to the region. CCE has the wealth of expertise and a customer-focused approach that is a great fit for the promising and fast-growing Austrian solar market.”

Recently SunPower spin-off Maxeon Solar expanded its existing solar module supply agreement with SunPower Corporation to include its performance solar panels to be used by SunPower for its DG business. Earlier, the module supply agreement included only interdigitated back contact (IBC) panels. Maxeon also said it will venture into the large scale solar segment by direct sales into the US (see Maxeon Solar Shares Plans To Expand Further Into US Market).

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