Hanwha Q CELLS receives TOP BRAND PV Seal 2017 from EuPD Research in Europe and Australia

“We feel honored that our customers consistently put their trust in Hanwha Q CELLS,” says Maengyoon Kim, Head of Module Sales in Europe at Hanwha Q CELLS
“We feel honored that our customers consistently put their trust in Hanwha Q CELLS,” says Maengyoon Kim, Head of Module Sales in Europe at Hanwha Q CELLS

Hanwha Q CELLS Co., Ltd. (Seoul, South Korea) has been awarded the “Top Brand PV Seal 2017” from EuPD Research for the fourth time in a row in Europe and for the second time in Australia based on surveys among installers in the respective markets.

According to EuPD Research, the results from this year’s Global PV Installer Monitor clearly show that “Hanwha Q CELLS continues to maintain an exceptional market position in the leading European PV markets like Germany, France, Italy and UK. Moreover, customers in Australia also confirm Hanwha Q CELLS’ reputation as their first choice partner.”

The 2017 survey for the U.S. market, where Hanwha Q CELLS achieved the award last year for the first time, has not been conducted yet.

EuPD Research emphasized that the scores for brand recommendation and unaided brand awareness were among the highest in the industry. Only a small number of manufacturers were honored with the Top Brand PV Seal, but rarely have companies qualified for a majority of the surveyed markets.

“Winning the seals for the fourth year in a row in Europe and for the second time in Australia spurs us to continue our work with the utmost commitment to offer our customers best quality and service,” he emphasized.

“The PV module market remains highly competitive,” said Markus A.W. Hoehner, CEO of EuPD Research.

“Seals of approval do not just offer benefits for manufacturers; installers can differentiate themselves by proving that they are offering high-quality brands.”

 

2017-02-16 | Courtesy: Hanwha Q CELLS | solarserver.com © Heindl Server GmbH

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