Solar power manufacturer Sharp has formed a partnership with Eco Environments, adding the company to its global list of solar module suppliers.  

David Hunt, Sales and Marketing Director at Eco Environments said, “We are delighted to have been chosen to partner with Sharp after a rigorous selection process examining a number of elements of our business including financial performance and customer satisfaction levels.

“Sharp is the largest solar photovoltaic manufacturer in the world and its factory at Wrexham is at the heart of its operation.”

As part of the arrangement, Eco Environments will be able to take customers to visit Sharp’s dedicated Solar Centre which provides information, education and training with the aim of making the UK a leader in the field of renewable solar power.

“The key thing is we actually design, install and commission systems, so we have real hands-on knowledge of what will and won’t work, and how to integrate the various technologies,” concluded Hunt.

Gaining supplier status with Sharp comes just weeks after Eco Environments opened new offices in Darlington, Penrith, Manchester and Tamworth to go with its head office in Liverpool.