The projects were carried out for the Catholic University of Arecibo, a car dealer based in San Juan and a hostel on Vieques Island.
• PROINSO – a company of OPDE Group – expects sales in emerging countries to rise from 5% to 15% of total sales.
2 October 2012. PROINSO has recently delivered 200kW to three solar PV projects developed in Puerto Rico. Specifically, PROINSO supplied PV materials to:
– A 45kW project for the Catholic University in the city of Arecibo.
– A 65kW project for a car dealer based in San Juan.
– Finally, a 90kW project for a hostel on Vieques Island.
PROINSO has thus strengthened its position as a distributor in the Caribbean country. To these, we should add 60kW supplied to other solar PV projects in the Dominican Republic, and the about 500kW the company is planning to deliver in several Caribbean countries by 2013.
PROINSO has announced it will continue to expand in the Americas. The company is now studying the possibility of working with firms in Colombia, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Panama and Brazil. In these countries, the firm has 29 Qualified Installers at present.
PROINSO – a multinational company that supplies modules, inverters, trackers, fixed structures and other solar PV materials for ground- or roof-mounted solutions like batteries or charge regulators – expects sales in emerging countries to rise from 5% to 15% of total sales over the next years.
PROINSO specialises in the supply of modules, inverters, fixed structures and trackers for PV solar stations. As at the end of 2011, the company had delivered a total 1,115MW around the world, a record high that turns it into one of the world’s leaders in the sector, and the International Network of Qualified Installers, currently comprising more than 2,200 members, played a key role in this achievement.
With international markets accounting for 88% sales, PROINSO has offices in Spain, Germany, Greece, Italy, USA, Great Britain, France, Canada, China and the Czech Republic. Recently, the company set up branches in Australia, India and Thailand to strengthen its presence in Southeast Asia.//