StageAcquired - II | Acquired
About EPV Solar
Thin-film amorphous silicon (a-Si) manufacturing with low cost per watt for large scale commercial applications including ground based solar farms, solar windows, solar balcony, and commercial rooftops. EPV Solar modules produce more electricity per rated Watt than Single Crystalline Silicon (c-Si) by producing electricity in low light (morning/evening) and diffuse (cloudy) conditions. In September 2011, EPV Solar was acquired by Sunlogics. The valuation of EPV Solar was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.
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EPV Solar Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was EPV Solar founded?
EPV Solar was founded in 1991.
Where is EPV Solar's headquarters?
EPV Solar's headquarters is located at Robbinsville.
What is EPV Solar's latest funding round?
EPV Solar's latest funding round is Acquired - II.
How much did EPV Solar raise?
EPV Solar raised a total of $4.8M.
Who are the investors of EPV Solar?
Investors of EPV Solar include Empower Energies, Accera Venture Partners, IES Holdings and Enel North America.
Who are EPV Solar's competitors?
Competitors of EPV Solar include SoloPower, Ampulse, Confluence Solar, Accustrata, Jem Enterprises and 13 more.
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