Absolute Solar and Wind selected as official Fronius Service Partner
Absolute Solar and Wind is pleased to announce that it is now a Fronius Service Partner.
Fronius was established in 1945, and its ambition is to create a future with sustainable energy using 100% renewables. The Solar Energy Division of Fronius has been involved in photovoltaics since 1992 and develops and produces high-performance inverters for grid connected photovoltaic systems from 1 kW upwards. Their product range is complemented by components for data visualisation, analysis and professional system monitoring.
Every single Fronius partner worldwide has been carefully selected to provide trustworthy advice and customer-oriented service, and as an official Service Partner, the experienced team at Absolute can now service any Fronius component of their customers’ energy savings hardware.
Wolfgang Hink, Managing Director at Fronius UK said: “It’s important to Fronius that we have reliable, stable and trustworthy partners with the technical knowledge required to not just install but service and maintain our products. Having a company like Absolute being a Fronius Service Partner is a real asset not just to Fronius, but also PV system owners with Fronius inverters.“
Graham Provest, Managing Director at Absolute Solar and Wind said: “Absolute Solar and Wind is proud to be an official Service Partner for Fronius. We are confident this new partnership will give our customers a fantastic world-class experience. Our aspiration is to be leaders in Scotland driving energy efficiency and this is a step in the right direction to achieving that vision.”
Absolute, a family run business, is headquartered at Arisaig Farm at Loch Lomond. It specialises in photovoltaic systems and other carbon-reducing technologies, counting Scottish Water and Mackies among their clients.
Absolute use tried and tested technologies to help customers to manage their energy usage and meet new standards such as the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) and the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) which was launched by the Scottish Government in March 2014.