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Soligent LLC, a solar energy distributor, and Sharp Manufacturing Company of America (SMCA) have entered into a deal that names Soligent master distributor of Sharp's solar energy products in the United States.

Under the terms of the agreement, SMCA will supply its solar modules to Soligent for resale to Soligent's nationwide network of installers and distributors. The two companies will also collaborate to support Soligent's installer network with certified technical product training and sales and marketing support.

The agreement extends through 2014 and is expected to continue for an additional four years.



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