Sourcing for solar product has now become easier with the launch of SolarFeeds.com’s datasheets hub containing over 10,000 solar module datasheets. The vital resource will go a long way in helping solar power technicians and suppliers to easily source materials without having to scour online. The datasheet is as a result of SolarFeeds.com’s bid to make work easier for its partners across its supply chain and already there are significant improvements in material sourcing and access for suppliers.
Why the Datasheet Is Important
For a long time, solar suppliers have had to deal with the issue of unreliable solar panel supply in the USA and this has been made extremely difficult with the supply chain issues occasioned by the pandemic. Many companies had to start their product networks afresh and this meant incurring a lot of expenses in curating new supply chains and the necessary contacts. However, with SolarFeeds.com’s module datasheets, the process of product sourcing and purchase is easier and the conveniences will pass down to the consumer.
What This Means to The Consumer
Consumers now have an added assurance that the solar products they need will be readily available in their region. In accordance with SolarFeeds.com’s promise to make solar panels readily available, the module datasheets shows a live record of inventories across the supply chain and this not only makes consumers free to order from their nearest retailer but also provides a ready database of the products currently available.
SolarFeeds.com’s Exciting Partnership with ETE Solar
As SolarFeeds.com continues to strengthen its solar supply chain, its engagement and partnership with Earthtech Enterprise (ETE Solar) is a welcome news to solar retailers. The global crunch on supply chains had caused massive supply disruptions and as most solar companies folded up and closed shop, SolarFeeds.com has massively invested in its partnerships across the solar supply chain.
As part of its future engagement with ETE solar, SolarFeeds.com will take part in this year’s RE+2022, scheduled to take part in Anaheim California. The conference, which incorporates the biggest names in solar industry will seek to chart a new way forward in repositioning global supply chains to leverage on emerging markets and opportunities.
The Future of Material Allocation
For solar to leverage on innovations in global supply chains, it must seek ways to put material allocation as a central pillar of the need to ensure 45% solar penetration in developing countries. Already, some remarkable success is evident in supply of solar products in developing countries, owing to the incentives already in place by governments. However, the industry still needs players like SolarFeeds.com to stitch up supply chain issues and seek ways of broadening successful measures in product supply.
The future of material allocation therefore will rely on how individual companies embark on building meaningful partnerships with other players in the industry. Already, SolarFeeds.com is charting the way forward with its partnership with ETE Solar and other companies are taking note of the innovative new ways of supplying merchants with solar products. The module datasheet unveiled by SolarFeeds.com is just one way in which such partnership are already improving access to solar technologies even for the most far flung areas.