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Taiwan, June 12,
2012 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- The world's leading solar solution brand, BenQ Solar, will participate in Intersolar Europe, the world's largest solar exhibition, to showcase the industry's first integrated AC Unison solution and mini-grid solution for the residential market. The product line aims to help users manage energy flexibly and save power costs. The two solar solutions are expected to be available for the European market in the fourth quarter this year to provide local customers with high-efficiency and economic solar solutions.
"The European PV market is seeing a gradual shift towards the residential sector. BenQ Solar is also staying close to the consumers by addressing their energy needs, offering user-friendly, high-efficiency, and cost-effective integrated module and mini-grid solutions to meet customer needs for PV self-consumption, system installation, monitoring capability, power storage, and hybrid energy solutions, all at once," said
James Chen, AUO's Vice President of Solar Business Group. "BenQ Solar has made-in-
Europe solar products, top-notch high-efficiency solar modules, and global reach to provide customers with responsive and complete services."
BenQ Solar will exhibit the AC Unison Solution, the world's first integrated high-efficiency module with micro-inverter and monitoring system. AC Unison Solution has acquired UL certification and has been installed at hundreds of sites across various states in the US. AC Unison has proven to be compatible with a wide range of grid conditions, climate variations, and residential internet service providers. This solution not only utilizes simple plug-and-play installation, its flexible structure is also easy for repair, resulting in lower cost in maintenance and installation. In addition, its low voltage design ensures that it is much safer to use compared to traditional systems. Users can monitor the power output in real-time through communication devices such as cellphones, tablets, and PCs.