ecoSolargy Joins HDPV Alliance

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ecoSolargy has joined the HDPV Alliance, industry initiative aimed at reducing PV balance of system costs while increasing energy production from PV plants.

ecoSolargy, a full-service solar solutions provider has joined the HDPV Alliance, an industry initiative aimed at reducing PV balance of system (BOS) costs while increasing energy production from PV plants.

The alliance leverages open technology standards to optimize the design and deployment of inverters, cabling, combiners, and associated labor to deliver a lower total system cost and higher performance. ecoSolargy joins HDPV Alliance founders Ampt, KACO new energy, LTi REEnergy and REFUsol, as well as a host of inaugural members.

“The mission of the HDPV Alliance aligns perfectly with ecoSolargy’s core focus of providing high performing solutions that save our customers both time and money,” said Alan H. Lee, chief executive officer at ecoSolargy. “Our goal is to simplify system designs while increasing performance and offering a low-cost, full-system solution with unique value, so we see the Alliance as a significant force in the industry.”

As part of its membership in HDPV, ecoSolargy is releasing a line of smart PV modules. The modules incorporate technology from fellow Alliance members and meet HDPV Alliance compatibility and compliance standards. The smart modules include the HDPV Alliance label to indicate that they are compatible with Alliance standards, and that the modules can be deployed with products from other Alliance members as part of a more cost-effective and better performing PV solar system.

Mark Kanjorski, HDPV Alliance Chair commented: “The desire to reduce costs is driving an evolution in PV system design toward a distributed power conversion architecture, and it is the goal of the HDPV Alliance to ensure that standards and best practices are in place to support investments in innovation by companies like ecoSolargy that are making that change possible.”

“We also want to make it easy for project developers and EPCs to identify and source member products that are HDPV-compatible and have an advantage of higher performance at a lower cost,” Mark added.