PVRibbon.com A Photovoltaic Bus Wire and Tabbing Website Goes Live

December 21, 2012

Ulbrich Solar Technologies Launches New Website Featuring Photovoltaic Ribbon, Solar Tabbing, Bus Wire and Substrate Products

Westminster, SC (PRWEB) December 20, 2012

Ulbrich Solar Technologies, Incorporated (UST), is pleased to announce the launch of the new PVRibbon.com. The new website gives a detailed and comprehensive view of Ulbrich Solar’s products and services. UST’s product line is used in the manufacture of solar modules includes photovoltaic ribbon for both crystalline silicon and thin film technologies.

The new website offers customers extensive product information and datasheets for Solar Cell Tabbing, Bus Wire, Substrates and LCR. LCR is an innovative, grooved interconnect wire that can increase module efficiency by up to 2%. It was developed in conjunction with Emanual Sachs of MIT and is also featured in a two minute video presentation.

“The new site reflects the advancements Ulbrich Solar has made in the design and development of innovative and highly efficient PV Ribbon products. We wanted to share that information in a clear and concise way with our current and prospective customers” commented Ed Treglia, VP of Ulbrich Specialty Wire.

The website boasts a clean, modern theme designed to be visually pleasing and easy to navigate. In addition to the product-focused content, the site provides a multi-language tool bar offering translations into multiple languages, a glossary of photovoltaic terms, testing information for PV wire, downloads of brochures, as well as company certifications.

Ulbrich Solar Technologies, Inc., is a spin-off of Ulbrich Stainless Steels and Special Metals, Inc., and its´ products include highly engineered photovoltaic ribbon wire produced in facilities in the US, Asia and Europe. UST is headquartered in Westminster, South Carolina and is an ISO certified company.

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