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Energy Matters enters distribution deal with Yingli Solar

Yingli Green Energy Australia has entered into a distribution agreement with Energy Matters, an Australia solar supply and installation company. 

Energy Matters will supply and install Yingli Solar’s monocrystalline PANDA Series modules and multicrystalline YGE Series modules to homes and businesses.

It will also distribute Yingli Solar modules to solar installers through its wholesale distribution arm, Apollo Energy. 

The agreement leverages Yingli Solar’s position as the world’s largest solar panel manufacturer and Energy Matter’s nine years’ experience in providing flexible residential and commercial clean energy solutions. Established in 2005, Energy Matters has installed over 15,000 PV systems on homes, schools and commercial buildings throughout Australia.

Yingli Green Energy Australia (“Yingli Australia”) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited, which is the world's largest vertically integrated photovoltaic (PV) module manufacturer and known as “Yingli Solar”. 

Daman Cole, Managing Director of Yingli Solar Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, said the partnership with Energy Matters is built on a shared focus on delivering high standards of both product and installation service to Australian consumers and businesses.

“Yingli Solar is proud to be working with Energy Matters, one of the largest and most reputable solar installers in the country with an excellent reputation built on their long-standing commitment to product & installation quality.”

Jeremy Rich, CEO of Energy Matters said, “Local businesses in particular are increasingly embracing solar energy as a way to stay competitive, and we look forward to partnering with Yingli Solar to deliver sophisticated commercial installations across Australia.”

Globally, Yingli Solar has delivered over 30 million solar panels (over 7 million kilowatts) to more than 40 countries around the world.

Yingli Solar’s panels were rated in the top three manufacturers globally in PHOTON Laboratory’s year-long in-field Energy Yield Test in 2012 and number two in TUV Rheinland’s year-long in-field Energy Yield Test in 2011.

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