Solar PV Suppliers in It for the Long Haul
The solar PV industry has changed almost beyond recognition over the past few years since Feed In Tariffs (FITs) were introduced and photovoltaic panels became a common sight across the country.
Kent (I-Newswire) August 28, 2013 - The solar PV industry has changed almost beyond recognition over the past few years since Feed In Tariffs (FITs) were introduced and photovoltaic panels became a common sight across the country. Scheduled reduction in the FITs (or degression at the government likes to call it) means that easy wins and the get rich quick offers of the early days are long gone. Today's PV industry looks very different from a few years ago.
'The focus for today's solar PV business is on generating long-term returns for our customers, providing first class service from sales through to support and maintenance, and on partnering with the best equipment suppliers to ensure trouble free operation for many years,' said Richard Jenkins, MD of UK based Ecolution Products.
He was speaking following the agreement to supply and fit inverters from Germany's KACOnew energy. Inverters are the all-important components that make electricity generated by solar panels usable in homes and commercial properties and suitable for feeding into the national grid. KACO enjoys a strong international reputation for the quality and durability of its products.
'Returns from solar are still impressive and make a sound business case, but they take longer to achieve,' said Jenkins. 'That's why it's so important for us to focus on the quality and durability of our installations.
'Ecolution Products, chose KACO new energy because of the quality of engineering and the stability of the company. We were attracted by the unparalleled product range and the German reputation for excellence. '
Chris Voet, European Sales Director for KACO new energy was impressed by Ecolution Products' approach to business calling them: 'A forward-thinking company with a true understanding of the needs of their customers.' KACO new energy's UK Sales Manager, Richard Orttewell added: 'With the implementation of their e-commerce platform and their considerable depth of technical knowledge, Ecolution Products are bringing our products to the UK market with modern presentation and traditional support; our companies are an excellent match.'
Superior levels of service and support are essential for successful market development in PV. Updating training and customer support systems are major areas of focus for both Ecolution Products and KACO new energy. As Richard Jenkins points out: 'PV today is all about top class sales processes that help customers find the best solution and then backing that up with great products and great service.'
Ecolution House, London Road
Addington, West Malling, Kent
Phone : 0845 2666 60
Published On:August 28, 2013
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