Solar PV manufacturer and wholesaler Antaris Solar has signed a co-operation agreement with Wynnstay Group, which offers an extensive range of farming products, in a bid to better serve solar installers working in the agricultural sector.

Wynnstay Group is Antaris Solar’s third distribution partner in the UK, together with Burdens Energy and Solar Electricity Systems.

Andrew Moore, Antaris Solar’s Country Manager UK & Ireland, said: “The UK has huge potential for solar PV, particularly in the agricultural sector. We are delighted to be working with Wynnstay in order to drive the expansion of this sustainable technology.”

Charlie Hughes, Wynnstay’s Senior Product Manager, said: “Wynnstay wanted to remove the confusion from the decision making process for our customers by supplying one of the most efficient panels on the market, with one of the longest warranties available. Cheaper panels are available, but a Solar PV system is a 25 year investment which generates income for the investor, and therefore a high quality panel is essential. We feel assured that our customers will get the best return for their investment by choosing a premium quality panel.”

Antaris Solar PV panels are now available through all Wynnstay stores across Wales, the Midlands, the North East, the North West and Yorkshire.