Hopewind, the global leader in green energy solutions, is proud to play a pivotal role in advancing vocational solar education in Georgia. Through a strategic partnership with Innovation Energy LLC, Hopewind's cutting-edge PV inverters have been selected for a demonstration project aimed at promoting solar education throughout the country.
The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, the Skills Agency Georgia, and the Eberhard-Schöck-Stiftung have signed a trilateral memorandum of cooperation, marking a significant milestone in the advancement of solar education. As a result of this collaboration, the Eberhard-Schöck-Stiftung generously donated a state-of-the-art 60 kW solar station to Mermisi College. Powered by Hopewind inverters, this installation serves as a shining example of the technological expertise and reliability associated with Hopewind's solutions.
George Kekelidze, General Manager of Innovation Energy LLC, expressed his honor in playing a pivotal role in the donation program. The selection of Hopewind inverters was based on their exceptional performance, high efficiency, reliability, safety, and user-friendliness, making them the perfect choice for the vocational solar training demonstration project.
Sara Wang, Vice President at Hopewind, extends her heartfelt congratulations to all parties involved in this strategic partnership. She is delighted that Hopewind has been entrusted with this German-Georgian cooperation. Looking ahead, Hopewind is eager to deepen its collaboration with customers in Georgia, advancing solar education and fostering a sustainable energy landscape.