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Toledo Solar Partners With SEDC To Supply Cadmium-Telluride Panels

Toledo Solar, a major US producer of what the company says are “the world’s most innovative, powerful, and durable solar panels and solar glass,” is teaming up with SEDC Solar, a company that focuses on socially progressive Community Solar, to provide Toledo Solar’s American-made and ethically produced solar products to local residences, churches, and enterprises.

“We are proud to provide the best American-made solar panel products and installation services available to the D.C. area by partnering with SEDC Solar,” said Aaron Bates, the founder and CEO of Toledo Solar. “We look forward to serving the D.C. market as an extension of SEDC Solar, as they are already making a strong impact providing solar energy to the consumer for free.”

Toledo Solar’s panels are being used in San Antonio by SEDC Solar to meet growing market demand. In 2021, the solar industry invested $104 million in Washington DC. However, supply chain bottlenecks have slowed product availability.

Despite the solar industry’s continuous development, epidemic and worldwide shipping constraints have created issues in the market, pushing up panel prices. Toledo Solar, on the other hand, produces American-made Cadmium Telluride solar panels that allow it to supply high-quality, ethically made goods to meet market demand.

“SEDC Solar is a vehicle for people to Do Well and Do Good at the same time. There is a true opportunity to make those that historically have been last in receiving benefits to become first. These benefits include lower utility costs, lower carbon footprint, and an opportunity to provide job training and jobs for local residents at no costs,” said Thomas Jones, manager of SEDC Solar.


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