Silfab Solar signed a long-term partnership with residential solar installer Vision Solar to supply the company with all-black, high-quality modules and delivery of 12 MW for projects across the six states that Vision Solar services.
Vision Solar has become the second largest residential solar company headquartered in Utah and 15th largest nationwide in just three years. Silfab’s high-tech facility, vertical-integrated structure, and 30-year global experience in solar systems was a good fit for the company.
“Homeowners choose Vision Solar because of the quality of our systems and installations, our full-service approach to switching to solar, and our ongoing support to each and every customer. We want a product that reflects the trust our customers have in us to provide them with the very best and a module partner that was reliable and flexible in helping us meet our customer needs,” said Matt Rasmussen, Vision Solar’s CEO and co-founder. “We know that as we grow, Silfab is dedicating its technology, innovation, and commitment to quality to give us the best solar solution on the market now and for the future.”
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Vision Solar said it plans to deploy the 12 MW of Silfab modules at residential projects in California, Texas, South Carolina, Nevada, New Jersey, and its home state of Utah.
“We are proud to partner with the professional team at Vision Solar. Their innovative approach to providing high-quality residential installations makes them a perfect outlet for Silfab’s premium, all-black residential solar module,” said Geoffrey Atkins, head of development for Silfab. “We look forward to a long relationship with Vision.”
Silfab’s recently expanded North American manufacturing plant is now delivering annual production of 300 MW of solar modules to installations throughout the United States and the rest of North America. The highly automated plant operates on a 24/7 schedule, 362 days a year, and is focused on developing products specifically designed for the residential market.
Silfab’s state-of-the-art, 300 MW manufacturing facility located in Toronto, Canada, has helped pioneer smart module technology, glass-on-glass solutions, and bifacial modules. Silfab’s technically innovative process produces superior reliability and performance specifically designed for the North American market. Silfab balances manufacturing capacity between OEM partners, Silfab-branded modules, and new technology.
— Solar Builder magazine