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Upsolar selected for nearly 3 MW of new solar projects

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June 15, 2015

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Chinese provider of solar photovoltaic modules and services Upsolar said it struck a deal for 2.84 MW of capacity with Erikoğlu SunSystem, an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company with more than 2,000 systems deployed. Erikoğlu will install 3,548 Upsolar UP-M250P and 7,592 Upsolar UP-M260P modules across three projects in the cities of Denizli and Afyon.

“Like Erikoğlu SunSystem, Upsolar has earned a stellar reputation for customer satisfaction,” said A. Nuri Erikoğlu, Board Member of Erikoğlu SunSystem. “From its transparent bill of materials to its meticulous attention to quality control, the company was the clear choice to deliver the strong performance our customers have come to expect.”

“Our rapid growth in Turkey can be attributed to Upsolar’s nimble approach to entering promising new regions, supported by a network of dynamic production partners,” said Esra Canpolat, Sales Manager for Upsolar Turkey. “To date, we’ve sold more than 32.2 MW of our high-quality modules into the market, surpassing our initial targets.”

 

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