PROINSO launches online store Australia

PROINSO STORE strengthens its presence in the Australian market.

The company reached a deal to supply 3.25MW in modules, inverters and trackers to 10 solar PV projects in Brisbane, Sydney, and other Australian locations.

PROINSO, a company of OPDE Group, has 18 Australia-based companies in its International Network of Qualified Installers.
Bidding on Australia is part of PROINSO's strategy, which aims at strengthening its presence in emerging markets with the support of its International Network of Qualified Installers.

5 November 2012. The multinational firm PROINSO has announced the launch of PROINSO STORE, a pioneering online store targeted at customers in the Australian solar PV industry (http://store.proinso.net/australia/). The store's considerable success in USA and Europe decided the company to launch it on a new market.

PROINSO, multinational company of the OPDE Group, specialises in the supply of PV modules, solar kits, inverters, structures and solar trackers, solar solutions for urban applications in public areas, vehicle recharging stations, self-consumption installations, stand-alone PV power systems and monitoring systems.

With PROINSO STORE now in the Australian market, the company aims at strengthening its presence in Australia, where it has 18 companies in its International Network of Qualified Installers. (See table below.)

This move is part of PROINSO's strategy to increase sales in solar PV emerging markets.

In Australia, the company has reached an agreement to supply 3.25MW in solar trackers, inverters and modules to be installed in 10 solar PV projects located in Sydney, Carnarvon, Brisbane and other towns in Queensland.

HOW PROINSO STORE WORKS

PROINSO STORE – an online store which companies in the Australian market now have access to – can be visited at http://store.proinso.net/australia/, where members of the International Network of Qualified Installers and other Australian companies can view PROINSO's wide array of solar modules and inverters from leading brands, and make inquiries about products as guest users who do not need to log in, as required at most online stores.

PROINSO STORE is being updated all the time to show the latest arrivals and current market prices. Members of the International Network of Qualified Installers enjoy additional advantages at the online store, like discounts on retail prices for bulk purchases.

PROINSO sources explain that business and individuals can place orders at http://store.proinso.net/australia/, which can then be changed according to agreements and offers made by the Sales Department.

ABOUT PROINSO www.proinso.net

PROINSO specialises in the supply of PV modules, solar kits, inverters, structures and solar trackers, solar solutions for urban applications in public areas, vehicle recharging stations, self-consumption installations, stand-alone PV power systems and monitoring systems.

As at the end of 2011, the company had delivered a total 1,115MW around the world, a record high that turns it into one of the world's leaders in the sector, and the International Network of Qualified Installers, currently comprising more than 2,200 members, played a key role in this achievement.

With international markets accounting for 88% sales, PROINSO has offices in Spain, Germany, Greece, Italy, USA, Great Britain, France, Canada, China and the Czech Republic. Recently, the company set up new branches in Australia, India and Thailand.//

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