Cologne, May 11th 2016 - Zeversolar, Inverter producer from China, has partnered with GPC Europe based in Belgium to distribute Zeversolar’s inverter-line in the European market. GPC Europe is active worldwide and has customers in the Benelux home market as well as in many other European countries.
With single phase inverters from nominal 1.0 KWp to 5 KWp and three phase inverters from 4 KWp to 33 KWp, which were already certified for use for most of the European markets, including Belgium, The Netherlands, Poland Denmark and Germany, Zeversolar presents a wide range of highly efficient string-inverters for residential and commercial solar energy systems.
“We are confident that our cooperation with GPC Europe is another important step forward in serving the local Benelux market as well as the European market with our reliable budget inverters. We are looking forward to meet the interest of the installers via GPC’s wide network of PV-related business partners,” said Frank Versteeg, Sales Manager Benelux of Zeversolar.
“GPC Europe is pleased now to be able to offer the full Zeversolar inverter range, providing quality inverters at competitive prices,” confirmed Geert Maenhout Managing Director and Ignace Dumon General Manager
Grid Parity Concepts Europe, is a specialized wholesaler in Solar-, E-charging, Storage- and Lighting Solutions. Since 2005 GPC Europe provides technical companies and installers with a complete range of high-quality photovoltaic products. Their vision is to make all green energy solutions accessible to everybody in order to contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions.
Furthermore, GPC wants a long-term relationship with both, customers and suppliers. This is expressed in a stable client portfolio and a range of top products. GPC are the appropriate intermediary between their customers and the manufacturer.
GPC Europe wishes to fulfill its role as a strong player both on the local market as on the European market and has customers in Belgium, The Netherlands, The UK, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Poland, Luxembourg, Germany, France, Italy, Africa and Asia.