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2 May 2013

Sun2Voltage appointed exclusive distributor of Ascent Solar’s CIGS-based EnerPlex products throughout Scandinavia

Ascent Solar Technologies Inc of Thornton, CO, USA, which manufactures lightweight thin-film photovoltaic modules based on copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) using flexible substrate materials, has appointed Sun2Voltage as a distributor.

Sun2Voltage will exclusively distribute Ascent’s EnerPlex products in Scandinavia. The EnerPlex series is a diverse line of solar and battery enabled products including the Kickr, Surfr and Jumpr products. The Kickr product line is the first series of portable solar chargers to leverage the lightweight qualities and superior aesthetics of Ascent’s CIGS technology, while the Surfr series of solar and battery phone cases extends the battery life of either the Apple iPhone 4 or Samsung Galaxy S III. The addition of the Jumpr line of battery packs ties all the products together by providing portable and high capacity energy storage solutions.

“Our partnership with Sun2Voltage as exclusive distributor of EnerPlex products in Denmark, Sweden and Norway enables us to deliver our products to a large and growing consumer audience,” says John Maslanik, Ascent’s manager of business development. “The Scandinavian consumer has a proven interest in not only the use of renewable energy, but its use in making recreational activities such as skiing, biking and hiking more enjoyable; something which our Kickr, Surfr and Jumpr product lines are perfectly positioned to do.”

Petersen continued, “With more than 20 years of experience in selling and marketing eco-friendly energy solutions in Scandinavia, Sun2Voltage offers the knowledge and ability to penetrate outdoor markets such as sailing, golfing and skiing which are such an integral part of the Nordic lifestyle."

Tags: Ascent Solar CIGS



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