Avenston extends collaboration with key suppliers of solar inverters

In early December, Avenston and Photomate sr.r.o. signed a Memorandum of Cooperation and Collaboration and began active preparations for the 2019 season. This is another important step towards the implementation of our company’s ambitious plans to build high-capacity renewable energy facilities over the next year.

Avenston LLC is a general contractor in the projects related to the design, construction and operation of commercial solar power plants and is interested in expanding the cooperation with the equipment suppliers and contractors.

Photomate s.r.o.,is currently an only one supplier of Huawei inverter equipment for the solar power plants on the territory of Ukraine and is interested in expanding the capabilities for providing its services.

The objectives of the Memorandum of Cooperation are:

  • Assistance in the development of the companies’ potential in the solar energy industry.
  • Increase of the awareness of the clients and contractors of each company about the services and capabilities of the other partner in the implementation of solar energy projects.
  • Implementation of other necessary steps by the companies in 2019 for several joint projects with an aggregate capacity not less than 30 MW.

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