NanoPV to Open Manufacturing, Distribution Operations in Georgia

PVTIME – NanoPV plans to invest more than $36 million in opening a manufacturing and distribution facility in Sumter County of Georgia in the US.

Based in the U.S., NanoPV is a pioneering U.S solar technology company with nearly 20 years of experience in solar cell technologies, panel manufacturing, and system integration. NanoPV manufactures highly advanced solar panels and provides manufacturing equipment, end-to-end turnkey solutions, and technologies to its solar energy clients.

“NanoPV is one of the pioneering, most advanced solar technology companies in the world to manufacture energy-efficient, third generation solar panels cost effectively,” said Dr. Anna Selvan John, President and CEO of NanoPV. “We are very proud to execute our largest solar manufacturing entity at Americus, Sumter County, Georgia. We thank the State of Georgia, Governor Kemp, the Sumter County community, Quick Start, and the economic development authority. Currently, the project pipeline of NanoPV, with the capacity of more than 2.5GW solar system projects nationally and internationally, ensures further expansion of our manufacturing capacity rapidly.”

“This incredible investment by NanoPV in Americus is a testament to Georgia’s thriving solar environment and our laser focus on bringing big projects to rural parts of our state,” said Governor Kemp. “Over 500 new, good-paying jobs will leverage the unique assets of Sumter County and south Georgia and help lead to generational growth across the entire region.”

NanoPV will operate in an existing 56,000-square-foot facility, located at 301 Martin Marietta Drive in Americus. The company will bring hundreds of opportunities to Sumter County and the surrounding region, including careers in solar manufacturing, quality control, operations and maintenance, research and development, and marketing.