Solarwatt, the sole global manufacturer of integrated photovoltaic systems, continues to roll out its expansion strategy and expands its sales in northern Europe. These plans include countries such as the United Kingdom, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark, where, in recent months, the company has concluded cooperation agreements with its commercial partners.
In the Scandinavian countries Solarwatt plans to set up its own commercial team to support its partners
The German company is already present in Great Britain where data significantly endorse its growth in this country. For its part, in the Scandinavian countries, Solarwatt plans to establish its own commercial team to support its partners.
Photovoltaic self-consumption and energy efficiency will be boosted in each of these countries through the sale of MyReserve batteries, the EnergyManager manager and smart glass-glass modules that optimize performance and can be monitored by the manager. “In the north of Europe the demand for efficient photovoltaic solutions growth continues. In particular, the Scandinavians are well aware of the importance of environmental conservation. Sweden, for example, aims to generate 100% of its electricity from renewable energies in 2040, a goal that is on track to be achieved, ” Detlef Neuhaus, CEO of Solarwatt says. For the company´s manager, “electric mobility is already a fact in these regions and it is time to focus, even more, on the energies from renewable sources”.
Solarwatt has built an extensive network of partners in new markets and has conducted both roadshows and training courses
Since last year, Solarwatt has built an extensive network of partners in new markets. It has also conducted both on site roadshows and training courses. It should be noted that, in northern Europe, as in all markets, only the companies that are certified to install Solarwatt products are allowed to install them.
The German firm focuses its activity on the sale of integrated photovoltaic systems, “because the sun does not shine as often in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Scandinavian countries as it does in southern Europe, so it is vitally important that all components be coordinated and work together efficiently ” Neuhaus explained. This is why the company´s CEO has stated that “in SOLARWATT we see great business opportunities in these regions, which we want to explore with a strong team” of commercial partners.