Maxeon solar expands U.S. utility-scale solar business with new partnership with Seattle-based Omnidian

Maxeon will sell Maxeon-branded IBC solar panels with a Performance Assurance product from Omnidian.

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Singapore — Maxeon Solar announced an expanded sales initiative in the U.S. Commercial and Industrial (C&I) solar market. As part of this business expansion, Maxeon will sell Maxeon-branded IBC solar panels together with a Performance Assurance product from Omnidian.

This partnership expands upon Maxeon’s existing presence in the U.S. utility-scale solar power plant business.

Omnidian, a Seattle-based leading provider of comprehensive protection and performance assurance plans for solar systems, will bundle one-year of Omnidian’s Shield Plan with commercial systems larger than 250 kilowatts sold by Maxeon.

The company will also offer the option to extend coverage for multiple years. The addition of Omnidian’s Shield Plan helps enhance bankability and increase return on investment for PV systems using Maxeon’s leading-edge module technology. As part of this collaboration, Omnidian will facilitate access for Maxeon to Omnidian’s existing US customer base to quickly expand Maxeon’s C&I market footprint.

“We are truly pleased to partner with Omnidian to widen our presence in the growing U.S. distributed generation commercial and industrial solar market,” said Jeff Waters, CEO of Maxeon Solar Technologies.

“We are proud of the partnership with Maxeon as an industry leader with a long-standing reputation for best-in-class solar panel performance and reliability,” said Mark Liffmann, CEO and co-founder of Omnidian.

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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