Renewable energy distributor, Segen has announced a distribution deal with Chinese PV manufacturer Seraphim at Solar Energy UK (SEUK).

Segen claims that Seraphim’s modules are both competitively priced and highly efficient. The company is holding stock of Seraphim’s 250W black-framed poly, 265W all-black mono and 320W mono 72 cell, as well as the company’s flagship 265W poly and 285W mono modules.

Andy Pegg, CEO of Segen, said: “The Solar Energy UK exhibition is the biggest annual event for the solar power industry and we are excited to be attending this year’s event with Seraphim.”

Pegg continued: “It’s important for Segen to be able to engage with our customers so they can put faces to names and this exhibition provides a perfect opportunity for us to directly meet with them.”

Andrew Witkin, sales manager at Seraphim, added: “Segen is one of the UK’s leading distributors in the marketplace. We welcome the broad range of products we have to offer as we extend our footprint in the UK market.”