Viper Networks Inc. has began receiving solar panel shipments from Toledo Solar to begin deployment for industrial and residential prospects all through the U.S. market. The two firms
beforehand entered right into a strategic U.S. manufacturing and partnership settlement to increase into the American-made solar energy market. Toledo Solar is a producer of CdTe skinny movie photovoltaic (PV) for each residential and industrial rooftop markets with frameless, all-glass, hermetically sealed, solar panels.
The CdTe solar panels require considerably much less energy to fabricate. Thin-film CdTe panels are 100% recycled with over 90% of all supplies reused. Toledo Solar’s panels qualify for the 40% ITC credit score (obtainable by 2032) that applies to solar panels which might be totally made in America.
“The world is changing and Viper Networks is gearing up for the rapidly increasing demand for renewable energy,” says Farid Shouekani, CEO and president of Viper Networks. “Our manufacturing partnership with industry leader Toledo Solar is quickly evolving as we are now in the process of staging a major proof-of-concept project with them for our EcoTech Solutions operations in Illinois, which we acquired last February.”
“We are proud to help lead America’s rebirth in solar manufacturing by building utility-grade, CdTe PV solar technology panels for the residential and commercial markets,” states Aaron Bates, CEO at Toledo Solar. “From day one, we have pledged to deliver the highest quality solar solutions while also maintaining the highest ethical standards. Our impressive team of skilled workers is entirely based at our rapidly growing factory in Ohio, where we have always sourced our components from suppliers with strict ESG controls.”