The first collaboration with Go Solar is a significant step for Suntech to enter Australia market through N-type photovoltaic module. Ultra V pro series adopt N-type TOPCon batteries as the core, with high transformation efficiency, low power decay, and high reliability. In addition, Ultra V pro series are applied to many scenarios, including large ground power stations, industrial and commercial distribution, and household distribution. Ultra V pro series have been certified by the Clean Energy Council (CEC) of Australia and meet the latest Australian fire safety standards.
Suntech has engaged in the overseas photovoltaic market for many years and won confidence of lots of high-quality clients. Go Solar’s manager said Suntech was well-known in Australia’s Market, and Go Solar has decided to collaborate with Suntech due to the stable shipment and sound operation performance. Lewis Sheppard, the national sales manager of Go solar, says: “We are glad to be the first company to launch the first N-type photovoltaic module in Australia. The purchase contract with Suntech has enhanced our partnership and expanded Australia’s PV market. I believe Go Solar will reach the positive and steady growth through Suntech N-type photovoltaic module.”
Suntech Region Director for Asia Pacific mentioned: “We are proud to build a long-term strategic relationship with Go solar. Go Solar, one of Australia’s most influential and professional renewable energy distributors, boasts an extensive network of clients and a strong market reputation. We believe that more high-quality, efficient and environment-friendly photovoltaic module products will enter the Australia’s market through the joint efforts of both sides.”
This shipment is a wonderful debut for Ultra V Pro series of high efficiency PV modules in Australia’s market, reflecting overseas clients’ trust in Suntech and its high quality components. Both sides will work to deepen cooperation and develop renewable energy in Australia in the future.