Sunvia makes Latin America push

Suniva Inc. entered Mexico and Latin America with a series of deals.

Suniva Inc. entered Mexico and Latin America with a series of deals.

Suniva Inc. entered Mexico and Latin America with a series of deals.

The Norcross, Ga.-based maker of crystalline silicon solar cells and modules said it will start several ground-mounted projects in Puerto Rico. Its solar modules also will soon be deployed in Mexico in substantial roof-top arrays. And it has begun its entry into South America, with an initial launch in Brazil.

“Mexico’s solar industry has grown significantly over the last few years, and we are pleased to partner with one of the most respected construction companies in the country,” said Matt Card, vice president of sales in the Americas for Suniva, in a statement. “The increasing solar opportunities in this region are numerous, and we are very pleased to participate with our partners in this neighboring market by offering the highest quality products made using low cost manufacturing methods, making solar sensible for all parties involved.”

From the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

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