As of April 1st, 2020, Barbara Rudek has been appointed as Business Developer Middle East for Sharp Energy Solutions, the solar panel manufacturer with more than 100 years’ history and 60 years’ experience in solar solutions.
The Middle East is not a new area for Sharp Energy Solutions. Already in the 2017’ Sharp started to sell PV modules for the first time in the United Arab Emirates.
With the extension of her position next to her responsibility for Africa, Barbara Rudek will support Sharps sales network in the Middle East region.
Rudek’s responsibilities include Business Development, Sales and PR in the main markets in Middle East.
Customers across Middle East will have access to SHARP’s full range of reliable, efficient energy solutions and services suitable for residential, commercial and industrial use.
SHARP’s range of best-in-class PV modules covers polycrystalline, monocrystalline and back contact technology covering full and half-cut cell modules.
Sharp’s half-cut cell module portfolio, includes three new monocrystalline silicon photovoltaic (PV) panels to the NU product family: NU-JC330, NU-BA385 and NU-JB395.
The new half-cut cell PERC modules offer a 2-3 per cent higher module performance compared to standard full cell panels, providing customers with an efficient and reliable solution for every application, from residential projects up to large-scale commercial installations and free-field power plants.
The 144 monocrystalline half-cell panels NUBA385 and NU-JB395 are suitable for large scale rooftop or ground mounted facilities that demand highest yields.
The NU-JB395 offers the highest power output of 395W, a module efficiency of 19.6 per cent and 1,500 V system voltage.
With the addition of 1400mm cables that enable leapfrog wiring and reduce balance of system (BOS) costs, this module is the ideal choice for major industrial projects and power plants.
The 120 half-cell panel NU-JC330 offers a power output of 330W, achieving 19.5 per cent module efficiency, making it suitable for industrial and residential roof installations.
All modules offer customers improved reliability, efficiency and reduced series resistance.
“Our target groups are local distributors with a good network to the local market to build on our steady and reliable growth but also EPC companies with projects from 1MW onwards. With an exceptional overall growth rate the Middle East market is a core market for us. Growing partnerships and sales remains at the core of SHARP’s strategy throughout 2020 also in the Middle East region,” said Rudek.