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UKSOL continues to expand globally. This time UKSOL (www.uksol.uk), the British solar PV module producer, has secured an order from Clean Energy based in Koriyama, Japan.
Koriyama is located close to the Fukushima disaster area which was badly affected by a tsunami, earthquake and a nuclear power station failure in 2011.
Clean Energy (www.clean1energy.co.jp ) is the official exclusive distributor for UKSOL solar modules in Japan. Clean Energy is headed by Mr Kanayama.
Andrew Moore, UKSOL CEO and Chairman, commented that exporting to Japan is not an easy undertaking but he felt very proud to have built a strong relationship with Clean Energy over a number of years which has developed into long-term business.
Andrew Moore, Chairman and CEO of UKSOL Ltd (www.uksol.uk)
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UKSOL Ltd (www.uksol.uk) is a specialist British solar PV panel producer based in Gerrards Cross near London, England.
UKSOL is particularly focused on exporting its high-quality monocrystalline and polycrystalline solar panels to emerging markets in Eastern Europ, Asia, the Middle East and Africa
The company was founded early in 2015 by solar entrepreneur Andrew Moore who has been involved in the global solar industry for over ten years. UKSOL prides itself by working closely with small to medium sized local installers and distributors who often feel neglected by the major multinational solar panel brands.
UKSOL solar panels come with a 12-year British product warranty and a 30-year performance warranty. Global customer support is provided from the UK.
UKSOL panels include the latest solar technology and innovation in module production which also ensures panels are competitively priced.
UKSOL also helps individuals and businesses to enter the solar market by providing high quality solar installation training in-country delivered by local trainers.
UK Press Contact:
Andrew Moore, UKSOL Founder and President
Tel: +44 7949 489911
28 Mar 2018 11:00
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