GoodWe, a world-leader in photovoltaics (PV) solutions, is set to showcase how solar microgeneration and storage represents the future of domestic power at Futurebuild 2022.
Taking place at the ExCeL London on 1-3 March 2022, GoodWe is bringing its class-leading solar inverters and energy storage systems to Futurebuild, including a UK debut for its new range of batteries. The manufacturer will be demonstrating its solar solutions for residential installations, from hybrid inverter technology to low- and high-wattage storage.
GoodWe’s technical experts will also be on stand to help installers with system design and specifications, as well as provide technical best practice on installing its new range of products.
Eugene Lucarelli, Marketing Manager UK at GoodWe, said, “At GoodWe, we are determined to build a sustainable future and be a major driving force in the global energy transition. That’s why at Futurebuild, we are showing how solar will become the very DNA of powering homes of the future.
“We believe all homes will eventually become part-powered or fully powered by solar, and microgeneration and storage is the way forward to solve the power crisis. With our complete range of solar inverter and solar battery technology, we safeguard the public from energy price rises, power cuts, and over-reliance on the grid. Not just this, but we also cut out all the traditional complication for installers on issues such as warranty, installation time and compatibility.”
Visitors can find GoodWe at stand AD30 at Futurebuild. Outside of Futurebuild, installers can join GoodWe’s energy transition by enrolling in its installer loyalty programme, GoodWe PLUS+, as well as through a host of training materials and interactive events. These include seminars, webinars and workshops, along with video tutorials on design, installation and configuration troubleshooting.
GoodWe’s mission to drive a global energy transition comes just as the UK is picking up the pace in achieving net zero carbon emissions. The company is already well established globally, with more than 2,000 employees located in 15 different countries and a team of over 400 engineers working at its R&D centres. With inverters ranging from 0.7kW to 250kW, the global manufacturer provides energy storage solutions for residential, commercial and industrial installations.