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  1. Radikal 14 april 2021 08:10
    goeie morgen iedereen ;-)

    Meyer Burger signs distribution partnership with Solarmarkt for its high-performance solar modules in Switzerland

    2020 is the year of transformation from a supplier of production equipment to a leading technology manufacturer of solar cells and solar modules
    Largest Swiss distributor of solar products adds Meyer Burger to its portfolio
    Market launch planned for 27 April, delivery starting in July
    Meyer Burger's solar modules can be ordered from Solarmarkt and other distribution partners beginning with the market launch
    For the distribution of its new high-performance solar modules in Switzerland, Meyer Burger will partner with Solarmarkt GmbH. The largest distributor of solar products in Switzerland is the first official distribution partner announced by the company.

    Meyer Burger plans to launch the new modules in the market on 27 April. From this date, installers in Switzerland will be able to order Meyer Burger's modules from Solarmarkt and offer them to their customers. Meyer Burger will announce further distribution partners for the European target markets and the USA at the market launch. Meyer Burger plans to start shipping the first significant volumes from the factory in Freiberg (Saxony, Germany) in July.

    “Solarmarkt is a strategically important and strong partner for Meyer Burger in the Swiss solar market,” said Moritz Borgmann, Managing Director of Meyer Burger (Industries) GmbH and responsible for sales and marketing. “We see a very positive market development in Switzerland and believe that we will gain significant market shares with our product. In our discussions with Solarmarkt starting with our strategy change last year, we have seen the same confidence from the beginning – we look forward to a successful cooperation in the coming years.”

    “The solar modules by the new premium brand Meyer Burger fill an obvious gap in the Swiss market and have great potential,” said Rafael Stadelmann, Managing Director of Solarmarkt. “The products, which stand for 'high performance engineered in Switzerland,' are a perfect fit for us.”

    Meyer Burger produces solar cells and modules and the necessary equipment in its own factories in Germany, using a combination of heterojunction and SmartWire technology. Over the past twelve years, the company has brought this from the laboratory to mass production maturity. The next-generation solar modules have an approximately 20 percent higher energy yield on the same surface area than current standard modules, meet the highest aesthetic standards and are manufactured under strict sustainability standards.
  2. Driessen 14 april 2021 08:52
    quote:

    Radikal schreef op 14 april 2021 08:10:


    goeie morgen iedereen ;-)

    Meyer Burger signs distribution partnership with Solarmarkt for its high-performance solar modules in Switzerland

    2020 is the year of transformation from a supplier of production equipment to a leading technology manufacturer of solar cells and solar modules
    Largest Swiss distributor of solar products adds Meyer Burger to its portfolio
    Market launch planned for 27 April, delivery starting in July
    Meyer Burger's solar modules can be ordered from Solarmarkt and other distribution partners beginning with the market launch
    For the distribution of its new high-performance solar modules in Switzerland, Meyer Burger will partner with Solarmarkt GmbH. The largest distributor of solar products in Switzerland is the first official distribution partner announced by the company.

    Meyer Burger plans to launch the new modules in the market on 27 April. From this date, installers in Switzerland will be able to order Meyer Burger's modules from Solarmarkt and offer them to their customers. Meyer Burger will announce further distribution partners for the European target markets and the USA at the market launch. Meyer Burger plans to start shipping the first significant volumes from the factory in Freiberg (Saxony, Germany) in July.

    “Solarmarkt is a strategically important and strong partner for Meyer Burger in the Swiss solar market,” said Moritz Borgmann, Managing Director of Meyer Burger (Industries) GmbH and responsible for sales and marketing. “We see a very positive market development in Switzerland and believe that we will gain significant market shares with our product. In our discussions with Solarmarkt starting with our strategy change last year, we have seen the same confidence from the beginning – we look forward to a successful cooperation in the coming years.”

    “The solar modules by the new premium brand Meyer Burger fill an obvious gap in the Swiss market and have great potential,” said Rafael Stadelmann, Managing Director of Solarmarkt. “The products, which stand for 'high performance engineered in Switzerland,' are a perfect fit for us.”

    Meyer Burger produces solar cells and modules and the necessary equipment in its own factories in Germany, using a combination of heterojunction and SmartWire technology. Over the past twelve years, the company has brought this from the laboratory to mass production maturity. The next-generation solar modules have an approximately 20 percent higher energy yield on the same surface area than current standard modules, meet the highest aesthetic standards and are manufactured under strict sustainability standards.


    Mooi nieuws!
    En we kunnen de komende weken meer nieuws verwachten
  3. Gerardke 15 april 2021 23:25
    Voor de belgen , heb vandaag antwoord gehad van het kabinet van Zuhal Demir
    Bij de invoering van het capaciteitstarief in 2022 is het niet voorzien dat er een capaciteitstarief of ander tarief is op injectie.
    Daarentegen geven ze de tarieven pas vrij in december voor een invoering in januari.
    Aan die boom ga ik nog wat moeten rammelen ;-)



  4. forum rang 4 Reader 23 april 2021 13:18
    Meyer Burger will present its new high-efficiency solar modules in an online premiere on April 27, 2021. By building its own solar production, Meyer Burger is bringing key steps of the solar supply chain back to Europe. "Our goal is to source as many components of our product as possible in Europe," said Gunter Erfurt. Meyer Burger plans to build an annual production capacity of 5 GW each of solar cells and modules by 2026.

    Meyer Burger Technology AG
  5. Radikal 27 april 2021 07:59
    Meyer Burger sets new industry standards and unveils its high-performance solar modules at digital product premiere

    Industry-leading solar modules based on patented Swiss technology produced in Germany with additional energy yield of up to 20 percent compared to standard products
    Three different product variants available: white, black and glass-glass in standard size for roof systems and weight less than 20 kilograms
    Rethinking solar energy according to the guiding principle "The best. From here. For tomorrow": industry-leading energy yield and outstanding appearance, proprietary technology with a local manufacturing strategy, and a truly sustainable product
    Installers can order solar modules immediately from distributors. Agreements concluded with well-known partners
    Digital services for customers via smartphone app
    Sales focus on Germany, Switzerland, Austria, the Benelux region, Italy, France, Poland, the UK, the Nordic countries, and the USA
    Experienced solar sales expert Sven Stoffers joins as Head of Sales per beginning of May
    Opening of German solar cell and module manufacturing facilities in May, production start in June, first shipments in July 2021

    gateway.eqs.com/maily/online-version/...
  6. Radikal 25 mei 2021 19:29

    Meyer Burger strengthens management team for production and supply chain

    Daniel Menzel appointed Managing Director of Meyer Burger (Industries) GmbH
    His responsibilities include production, global supply chain, purchasing, and quality assurance
    The company is thus well-positioned operationally for further expansion steps and an accelerated growth path as a manufacturer of high-performance solar cells and modules.
    Meyer Burger Technology Ltd appoints an additional Managing Director for Meyer Burger (Industries) GmbH with immediate effect: within the group, Daniel Menzel (born 1979) will be responsible for production, supply chain and purchasing, as well as logistics and quality assurance. With the strengthened management team, Meyer Burger is supporting its growth strategy and is now entering the next phase of production expansion. Manufacturing of Meyer Burger's heterojunction solar cells and SmartWire solar modules will start shortly at the new sites in Thalheim (city of Bitterfeld-Wolfen, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany) and Freiberg (Saxony, Germany) with an annual production capacity of 400 MW. In the medium term, Meyer Burger plans to expand capacity to over 5 GW, also with new sites in strategically relevant end markets.

    Daniel Menzel holds a degree in business administration and business law. A German national, he worked for Solarworld for more than ten years and was responsible for purchasing, sales, and supply chain management in various functions locally and globally. Most recently, he was managing director of a stainless steel and metal processing company. Together with Moritz Borgmann, who is responsible for solar module sales, product management, business development and marketing at Meyer Burger, he will drive the expansion of the production sites.

    "We are very pleased to have Daniel Menzel on board, an expert in manufacturing, supply chain and quality assurance who has known the industry for many years and will bring his extensive knowledge to Meyer Burger," said CEO Gunter Erfurt. "He complements our team perfectly and, with his experience, will contribute to the success of our new strategy and growth plan."

    The establishment of Meyer Burger’s own production plants for solar cells and solar modules is proceeding according to plan. The Thalheim site was officially opened on May 18, whereas the Freiberg site will open on May 26. Ramp-up of the factories has started, and shipments of solar modules will commence in July. Sales of the high-performance modules has got off to a successful start with the product launch on April 27, which has generated high demand from wholesalers, installers, and end customers.
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