KYOCERA opens new solar warehouse in New Jersey

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KYOCERA opens new solar warehouse in New Jersey

Greentech Lead America: Kyocera Solar, a vertically
integrated producer and supplier of solar photovoltaic modules and systems, has
opened a new solar products warehouse in Cherry Hill, N.J. The new warehouse
will help ensure fast, cost-effective service for Kyocera customers on the U.S.
East Coast. The company began shipping from the New Jersey facility in late
June.

“Kyocera’s newest warehouse location enables us to
significantly reduce shipping costs for solar modules to our growing list of
East Coast solar customers. In addition to reducing costs, we now offer 24-hour
shipping to major markets in the eastern corridor,” said Chris Brown, eastern
regional sales manager for Kyocera Solar.

Kyocera partnered with NFI, an international provider
of logistics, warehousing, and distribution services, for its new warehousing
location. Kyocera also partnered with NFI Solar, a developer of solar electric
system installations and subsidiary of NFI.

The new warehouse building hosts a 1.3 MW solar system
which consists of 6,100 Kyocera solar modules. The installation is capable of
producing a majority of the warehouse’s annual energy, helping to reduce NFI’s
electric bill considerably.

 “NFI is a proven strategic partner for Kyocera’s
distribution and logistics on the West Coast, so it is a natural expansion for
them to support our East Coast location as well,” Chris added.  

KYOCERA Solar Modules pass Fraunhofer’s high voltage stress
test

Recently, Kyocera announced that its solar modules passed
potential induced degradation (PID) test conducted by non-profit Fraunhofer
Center for Silicon Photovoltaics CSP (Halle, Germany).

Fraunhofer CSP has certified that Kyocera’s modules did
not show any degradation after being subjected to high voltage stress testing.
The results of this third-party test illustrate the high quality and high
reliability of Kyocera’s modules.

 

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