Boosts Aide Solar's annual solar module capacity to 350 MW annually for use in residential, commercial and utility scale projects.
"The widespread adoption of solar power continues to gain traction globally, and has increased in importance as a viable source of renewable energy," said Jason Fang, Chairman, Aide Solar. "The opening of this facility is a demonstration of Aide Solar's commitment to expanding our success by providing highly reliable and cost-effective solar products to meet that increasing global demand."
The solar industry is recognized as one of the fastest growing high technology industries in the world, with GreenTech Media Research estimating annual global PV demand to reach nine Giga-watts in 2010, with one Giga-watt in North America. Aide Solar established its North America headquarters in March, 2009 to address the forecasted growth projections in the U.S. market.
"We see the U.S. as presenting an explosive long-term growth opportunity for solar power," said Raymond C. Wiley, director, North America Sales, Aide Solar, U.S.A. and member of the Arizona Department of Commerce's Green Economy Advisory Committee. "Solar generated power is the only alternative energy technology that can be deployed and scaled to meet demand requirements in the shortest amount of time. The additional module production capacity from our new facility in China will allow us to respond to the high volume, rapid growth requirements that Aide Solar is seeing in the U.S. and around the world."
About Aide Solar
Aide Solar is a large-scale producer of photovoltaic modules with North American headquarters in Tempe, Arizona. Based in Xuzhou City, China, Aide Solar was established in 2003 and became a subsidiary of the Taiwan-based Panjit Group in 2007.Aide Solar's modules are certified by world recognized safety and regulatory agencies and are backed by the company's factory warranty program. Aide Solar is committed to technology innovation and providing the best customer experience in the industry. To learn more about Aide Solar, please visit http://www.aidesolar.com or call 480-388-3226.