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Abound Solar Powers 3.2MW of Projects with GP JOULE in Germany

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The Bosbüll installation is already underway and will total 800kW DC in capacity.

Loveland, Colo.

Abound Solar, a leading manufacturer of cadmium telluride thin-film photovoltaic solar modules, and GP JOULE GmbH, a specialist in solar project development based in Reußenköge Germany, today announced two large ground-mount projects in Bosbüll and Treia Germany that will utilize Abound Solar modules. The Bosbüll installation is already underway and will total 800kW DC in capacity. Preparation for the Treia installation has begun and will total 2.4MW DC in capacity. Both systems utilize REFUSol 500k and 630k inverters from REFU Solar Electronics.

“GP JOULE is rapidly expanding to meet the incredible demand for high-quality, end-to-end renewable energy project development,” said Heiner Gaertner, Managing Director of GP JOULE. “Abound Solar is uniquely positioned to help us continue that growth as it continues to ramp production capacity and support its customers.”

“Abound Solar has significantly ramped up production and module efficiencies since its commercial launch and is excited to work with an experienced partner like GP JOULE,” said Tom Tiller, Chief Executive Officer of Abound Solar. “We are glad to work together to demonstrate the performance and reliability of Abound Solar modules in large-scale installations in Germany.”

About Abound Solar

Abound Solar was founded in 2007 to commercialize a proprietary process for manufacturing cadmium telluride thin-film photovoltaic modules. Built upon 15 years of development at Colorado State University and with support from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Abound Solar has developed a robust, commercial-scale, continuous process for producing solar modules that significantly reduces the cost of generating solar electricity. Abound Solar entered full-scale commercial production of its low-cost, thin-film solar modules at its first factory in Colorado in November of 2009 and is shipping to customers around the world. For additional information, visit http://www.abound.com.


The two founders have been carrying out photovoltaic projects since 2004, breaking the record for the world’s largest megawatt-class thin-film plant – a record they broke themselves in 2005. GP JOULE was founded in 2009 and gained a track record of over 25MW installed capacity in the solar division. GP JOULE supports its customers throughout all phases of a project, from the original idea to its realization, and also looks after completed plants by providing professional operational management once they are up and running.

Besides the business fields of solar, wind and biomass, with the future strategies division GP JOULE has established a knowledge pool that brings together the know-how from all their specialist departments and allows them to create comprehensive energy solutions. Investors see GP JOULE as a competent partner that offers them attractive, bespoke investment opportunities. For additional information, visit http://www.gp-joule.de.


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