Midsummer Bags 3rd Cooperation Agreement In Spain

Swedish Thin Film Solar PV Technology Company Midsummer To Provide Solar Panels To Be Integrated With Steel Panels Of Hiansa Panel For Industrial & Agricultural Clients In Spain

Midsummer Bags 3rd Cooperation Agreement In Spain

Midsummer’s deal with Hiansa Panel, it claims, is the company’s 3rd major partnership in the Iberian region after having struck similar arrangements with Imperalum of Portugal and Rollgum Corp of Spain. (Photo Credit: Midsummer)

  • Midsummer has entered into an agreement with Hiansa Panel of Spain to provide its SLIM solar panels
  • These panels will be integrated with Hiansa’s pre-painted steel panels at the factory and mounted later on for rooftop solar power generation
  • Ideal client base for these sandwich panels are industrial and agricultural consumers

Eyeing industrial and agricultural customers in Spain, Swedish CIGS thin film solar panel manufacturer Midsummer has signed a letter of intent to supply its SLIM solar panels to be integrated with pre-painted steel panels of Hiansa Panel for rooftop solar power generation.

The cooperation will bring to the customers what Midsummer terms a sandwich panel with an integrated solar panel. It can be integrated directly at the factory, and mounted later. Midsummer claims its SLIM solar panel adds only 3 kg/m² which makes the solution excellent for roofs with weight restrictions or in windy regions.

“Midsummer SLIM, which is usually sold integrated in standing seam metal roofs, is our most popular product in Sweden,” said Midsummer CEO Sven Lindstöm. “It is very exciting to expand its area of ​​use and integrate it into a sandwich panel for the industrial and agricultural sector. It feels particularly promising to do this in Spain, which has the strongest growth in solar energy in Europe, from 288 MW/year 2018 to a full 4,680 MW/year 2019.”

While Midsummer did not reveal the actual capacity it said this deal with Hiansa Panel is its 3rd major cooperation agreement in the Iberian Peninsula in recent times. In 2020, it entered into similar agreement with Imperalum of Portugal to provide solar integrated roofs to commercial customers in Spain, Portugal and Portuguese speaking African nations (see Italian Fab Plans Of Midsummer Moving Forward). Another agreement was with Spain’s Rollgum Corp to provide solar integrated roofs for commercial customers in Spain, Portugal and Andorra.

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