aleo solar AG registers strong interest in innovative solar modules and new services

aleo solar has launched a new campaign, profiling aleo as a service and systems provider for photovoltaic power solutions

Oldenburg, Prenzlau, 11 July 2012. aleo solar today announced that the new modules and mounting systems unveiled at Intersolar are experiencing strong demand. Trade professionals attending the Munich show were treated to a complete range of innovative products: The high-yield module even uses the back to produce electricity from solar energy, which boosts yield considerably. Also on show was a solar hybrid module, which combines the benefits of solar thermal and photovoltaic systems and can be used both for hot water production and as a generator. The anti-glare module also enables installation near airports and on facades. And with its new frameless BIPV module, aleo solar is offering new design options for visually appealing building integration. Many fitters are also interested in the new high-efficiency module, the storage solutions and the SOL-50 universal mounting system. This subframe system made by SEN is designed to fit a wide range of roof types. Once fitted, it ensures the rapid installation of aleo modules.


aleo solar's many new services also excite a lot of interest. One such service now offered to authorised aleo specialist dealers in Germany is the aleo Research Tool, which supplies market data for the respective region. Fitters can use the tool to query the total output installed in their neighbourhood, plus the market potential of specific system segments. Another service is the Online Financing Tool, which enables aleo specialist dealers to broker credit approvals on attractive terms within just five minutes. Another example of practical dealer support services is the aleo print centre. It can be used to personalise and then order professionally designed printed materials quickly and simply online. And of course, aleo solar continues to offer personal, local support for dealers, professional marketing support and help with the technical and profitability aspects of system design.

Complementing its new services, aleo solar has launched a new campaign, profiling aleo as a service and systems provider for photovoltaic power solutions. Showcasing its guiding principle of "Service across the board", the company references the comprehensive support it offers its authorised fitters in the European markets. The campaign visuals feature aleo solar employees, thereby continuing the tradition of aleo's people-centred advertising.

About aleo solar:

aleo solar AG produces and distributes premium solar modules and systems for the international photovoltaic market. Since 2009, the Bosch Group has owned a majority of aleo solar AG (DE000A0JM634), which was originally founded in 2001 and has been listed on the stock exchange since 2006. As a premium manufacturer with 1009 employees, aleo solar maintains a strong global presence with subsidiaries active in all important photovoltaic markets. Its main plant in Prenzlau, Germany and two additional plants in Spain and China provide the aleo solar group with an annual production capacity of 390 megawatts. In 2011, the company's turnover amounted to 462 million.

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