BayWa r.e. adds JA Solar modules to its product inventory to increase supply availability in Canada

BayWa says this cooperation expands its module option offering.

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Alberta — BayWa r.e. is adding JA Solar modules to its product range in Canada with immediate effect.

The company says this cooperation expands its module option offering and increases inventory availability amidst solar supply chain challenges.

“JA Solar is a long-standing partner for BayWa r.e. in several markets across our operations in 29 countries. Today, we’re excited to bring this new all-black product class to our Canadian customers, where they will be able to count on the lowest warranty rate from one of the leading manufacturers in the world,” said Réal Bouchard, chief executive officer at BayWa r.e. Solar Systems Inc. “This strategic partnership brings new solutions to the market within an efficient timeframe since the modules are stocked in all warehouses across Canada.”

“JA Solar’s mission is to constantly innovate and improve its PV modules and technologies to meet the diversified demand of our end customers. For most homeowners, their house is their biggest investment and source of recurring costs. We are pleased to see residential solar systems becoming more widely accepted as a way to self-produce energy, reduce one’s carbon footprint and improve a home’s value. The all-black panel solution is our premium offering in response to the constantly changing market trends,” said Tony Zhu, sales vice president at JA Solar.

Founded in 2005, JA Solar is a manufacturer with 12 manufacturing bases and more than 20 branches around the world, the company’s business covers silicon wafers, cells, modules and photovoltaic power stations.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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