New at EWS: Premium solar modules from Astronergy

5/9/18, 11:03 AM -

Handewitt, 09 May 2018 – The photovoltaic wholesaler and system provider EWS GmbH & Co. KG expands its range of outstanding solar brands: The company from Handewitt has agreed on a sales cooperation with Astronergy, a German manufacturer of photovoltaic modules.

At Astronergy's production site in Frankfurt (Oder), premium crystalline solar modules at attractive prices have been manufactured for the German and European markets since 2007. The product range covers classic mono- and polycrystalline models of the PENTA series with an power output of up to 285 (mono) or 275 Watt-peak (Wp) (poly) as well as highly efficient PENTA+ premium modules with PERC technology and a power output of currently more than 300 Wp. The cells of all modules are equipped with five busbars. They are available from now from EWS in different designs (frame and backsheet colors).

Astronergy is part of the Chinese CHINT Group, one of the world's leading technology companies with extensive expertise in low-voltage technology. At Astronergy, one takes great pride in the state-of-the-art production facilities: Five fully automatic production lines with a total annual capacity of 350 MWp and a stringent quality control ensure a high product quality. This is reflected, amongst other things, in the low claims rate of less than 0.005 %.

These advantages have proved crucial for EWS’ company founder and Managing Director Kai Lippert: "We are very pleased to be able to offer these high-quality and reasonably priced solar modules ‘Made in Germany’ to our customers. Astronergy has the know-how and economic stability that we look for in our suppliers." For Sebastian Mäscher, Head of Sales at Astronergy for Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the cooperation with EWS is a win-win situation: "EWS is an important and reliable player in Germany with an equally strong position in the Scandinavian solar markets. Our cooperation will strengthen our market presence as our products will be loved by the experienced and demanding installers in the EWS partner network."

In order to learn more about Astronergy, the production as well as the product quality, the two partners invite interested EWS customers to an exclusive factory visit to Frankfurt (Oder) on 6 June 2018. The details and further information will be published shortly on the EWS website at www.photovoltaics.eu.

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About EWS GmbH & Co. KG

The EWS GmbH & Co. KG was founded in 1985 and is now a leading wholesaler of photovoltaic components and accessories with a sales partner network throughout Germany and Scandinavia. As a “partner of crafts and trade“, the experienced EWS team assists customers with extensive marketing activities as well as project planning and after-sales-services. Furthermore, just-in-time delivery and individual sales support are among the company’s strengths. EWS is committed to providing only high-quality components and therefore only cooperates with well-known producers.

 

About Astronergy

Astronergy is among the leading international manufacturers of premium-quality photovoltaic modules under Chinese management. The German subsidiary Astronergy Solarmodule GmbH (ASM) specialises in crystalline solar modules. The production lines have a total capacity of 350 MW, and are some of the most modern manufacturing facilities in the world. Astronergy currently employs around 300 members of staff in Germany and is listed as a tier 1 supplier. Astronergy is part of the Chint Group from China, one of the world’s leading companies for low-voltage technology, energy transmission and industrial electronics. The Chint Group was founded 30 years ago and consists of eight subsidiaries and over 2,000 distribution centres around the world. Over 30,000 people are employed by the Chint Group, and its turnover in 2017 was in excess of $7 billion.

 

Press contact

EWS GmbH & Co. KG
Stefan Ebert
Am Bahnhof 20
24983 Handewitt
Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 46 08 / 60 75 - 420
Fax: +49 (0) 46 08 / 16 63
Email: s.ebert@pv.de
Internet: www.photovoltaics.eu