LYON, France | ENPHASE ENERGY —
Enphase announced a strategic partnership agreement with Swiss Solar Technics to deliver its market-leading Enphase solar energy systems to Swiss residential and commercial customers.
“Swiss Solar Technics SA is a dynamic and rapidly growing player in the Swiss photovoltaic market. Securing this partnership is a big win for our EMEA operations,” said Olivier Jacques, Enphase Energy EMEA managing director. “This partnership will enable us to accelerate the adoption of Enphase systems by Swiss solar power users who recognize the importance of investing in quality solar solutions.”
Founded in 2011 and with over 16.5 MW installed in Switzerland, Swiss Solar Technics SA has rapidly become a key player in its domestic market by specializing in turnkey consumer installations as well as small and large scale industrial projects. Recently, the company has also added a new range of services to its business portfolio, including energy auditing, project financial assessments and intermediary services for solar rental and investments.
“We want to align our business with a world leader in energy management technologies that doesn’t compromise on quality, reliability and safety,” said Mathias Darbellay, Sales Manager at Swiss Solar Technics SA. “Enphase systems’ flexible design and installation and superior energy production provide our customers with reliable performance alongside a solid 20 year warranty that delivers a lower cost of ownership than other competing solutions,” he added. “We believe our customers will be highly satisfied with the financial as well as environmental benefits that Enphase systems provide.”
Recently, Enphase was named to Greentech Media’s Grid Edge 20 as one of the 20 most innovative firms working to design the electric power industry’s future. In order to identify the Grid Edge 20, Greentech Media gauged firms’ ongoing interactions with power utilities as well as energy stakeholders and other thought leaders. To date, Enphase has shipped over 8 million microinverters—representing over 2 GW (DC)—into eleven countries worldwide.