GP Solar was founded in 1999 and now has a team of more than 130 employees with PV-proven expertise. Experienced scientists, service engineers with years of experience in the industry, as well as technical and scientific project managers work in close cooperation at GP Solar. This motivated and experienced team enables them to successfully transfer new technologies again and again into practical applications.
Currently, their expertise and products can be found in more than 250 production lines with a capacity of 10 Gigawatt around the world.
The GP headquarters are now located in the Solar Innovation Center which was built in cooperation with centrotherm. In the new building, a technology & customer center as well as a production line for solar cells and modules are integrated. This way they have direct access to the latest processing technology and are able to work with all important innovative processes currently in the focus of research worldwide.
WHAT DOES GP SOLAR DO?
Since 1999 GP Solar has successfully supported the Photovoltaic industry in creating production capacity and improving performance and efficiency with high-quality inspection systems, special consumables and technological consulting.
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