Wholesaler jms Solar Handel adds Innotech Solar modules to its portfolio

ITS modules are manufactured in Sweden and comprise high-quality European branded components

Munich, Germany, July 25, 2013 – The Scandinavian-German solar module manufacturer Innotech Solar AS (ITS) and photovoltaics wholesaler jms Solar Handel GmbH have concluded a sales partnership agreement. ITS modules are available from jms with immediate effect.


"jms places enormous value on high-quality installations and extremely reliable products. The fact that jms has included our solar modules in its carefully selected portfolio confirms our products' exceptional quality. Ultimately, it is the end customer who will benefit from the new partnership," states Thomas Hillig, Vice President Module Sales & Marketing at Innotech Solar. For jms, the particular advantage of ITS modules is that they are manufactured in Sweden and comprise high-quality European branded components.

ITS modules are made using high-performance cells enhanced by lasers. Following cell optimization additional quality control takes place in the form of individual cell thermal imaging, a step which ensures only the highest performing and most reliable cells are used in ITS modules. It is as a result of this process that ITS modules have been free from hot spots since production began in 2009. The carbon footprint of ITS modules is up to 74 percent lower than that of modules using traditional cells thanks to Innotech Solar's innovative optimization process.

"In addition to quality, the modules' sustainability is particularly important for us, as we want to help people take as much responsibility as they possibly can for their actions and the environment," explains Josef Mittermeier, Managing Director of jms Solar Handel GmbH.

Alongside ITS modules' innovative production process, the use of renewable energy at the company's manufacturing sites and the short transport routes improve the environmental impact of the European modules.

About Innotech Solar
The Scandinavian-German company is an international supplier of PV modules. Innotech Solar specializes in the production of particularly environmentally friendly modules with optimized solar cells and uses innovative processes developed by in-house research teams to do so.

The power for the cell optimization facility in Halle an der Saale is provided by a mix of renewable energy sources. The company manufactures its modules in a former REC solar factory in Glava, Sweden, which thanks to its fully automated production lines is one of Europe's most modern production plants.

www.innotechsolar.com

About jms Solar Handel
jms Solar Handel GmbH is one of the leading specialist wholesalers on the photovoltaics market. Located in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Southern Germany, the company supplies specialist trading and installation companies across Germany and Europe. As an international company with many years of experience, jms Solar Handel works closely with renowned manufacturers in Germany and abroad and has secured an extensive network of partners across Germany, Denmark and Switzerland.

http://www.jms-solar.de/index.php?ln=english

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