Runergy, a Chinese manufacturer of solar cells and panels, will begin to offer its panel products through the online marketplace offered by Inexption.
Rubergy’s Hyperion line of bifacial panels are double-glass, half-cell designs. The panels, rated between 390 and 550 W, will be available to both residential and commercial installers on the Inexption marketplace.
“Runergy is a top solar cell manufacturer trusted by major companies throughout the world; we created Hyperion modules so we could bring our solar expertise to the entire process, controlling the entire solar supply chain from sourcing to module manufacturing,” said Cheng Zhu, vice president of global business at Runergy. “We aligned with Inxeption because the company is a marketplace and fulfillment leader in the solar space – a perfect partner for launching this new brand in the United States.”
Importing solar panels requires specific skills and extensive knowledge of the evolving regulatory space, and that’s why Inxeption Energy has become the go-to fulfillment company.
“Utilizing imported solar panels is the only way installers will be able to keep up with the ballooning growth in the solar market and help the country meet its clean energy goals,” said Erin Clark, president of Inxeption Energy. “But when installers are looking to diversify their product mix with panels manufactured outside the U.S., they need to pay careful attention when selecting the right supplier. Inxeption Energy is a proven marketplace and fulfillment partner with a long track record of providing high-quality solar components to residential and commercial installers.”
Hyperion modules purchased through the Inxeption Marketplace carry a 25-year linear performance warranty. Installers may also take advantage of Inxeption’s solar procurement financing, a fintech integration that enables solar buyers to grow their businesses through extended payment terms that double the standard industry duration.
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