Herausgeber: Conergy AG
SunTechnics opens branch office in India
Hamburg/Bangalore, 4. August 2005: SunTechnics has opened a branch office in Bangalore in India. As a result, the global market leader of solar systems currently operates branch offices on four continents. With the globally tried-and-tested solar engineering expertise and the sales and engineering teams that are well experienced in the Indian energy market, SunTechnics is also planning to rapidly increase its market share in India. The aim is to benefit as much as possible from the Indian government’s plans to quadruple installed solar output by 2010.
Approximately 45% of Indian homes are still not connected to the public power supply network. The Indian Ministry of Energy has set its sights on changing this by 2012. Solar off-grid systems currently provide power for street lighting, water pumps and buildings that are far away from the public power supply network. Of the 80,000 villages that still have no power supply, 18,000 of them cannot receive a power supply as a result of geographical obstacles. Systems that use renewable energy sources will, according to a study by dena (deutsche Energie Agentur - German Energy Agency), close this supply gap. “SunTechnics solar systems are optimally designed to provide an intelligent energy mix to cover the sharply increasing electricity requirements of the sunny Indian subcontinent. It is cheaper to cover the growing electricity requirements in many parts of India that are far away from the public power supply network using solar off-grid systems in combination with our methane systems,” reports Stefan Müller, Managing Director of SunTechnics for the Asia-Pacific region. The new branch office in Bangalore serves with four employees as a central location where the entire sales for India and adjoining countries can be organised.
SunTechnics combines technical expertise with a wide spectrum of services surrounding complete solar thermal and photovoltaic systems – from roof installations to special architectural solutions to large solar projects and systems leading to a self-reliant energy supply. Services such as the complete guarantee, through which 90 percent of calculated returns are guaranteed, and the TÜV seal by Germany’s Technical Control Board, which SunTechnics was awarded as the first company worldwide, stand for the high quality of the solar offering. In 2004, revenue amounted to around 130 million Euros. For 2005, SunTechnics plans to approximately double the number of solar systems installed last year. Furthermore, SunTechnics also offers its key target group, the agricultural sector, ready-made planning and development of tailor-made system solutions that make use of bio-energy. Since taking over MAT-tec Engineering GmbH, one of the most famous system integrators in this business field, SunTechnics also has increased engineering expertise in this field.
SunTechnics in India:
SunTechnics Energy Systems Pty
100 feet Road, Binnamangala 1st Stage
Indiranagar, Ward No. 82
BANGALORE 560 038
Manager of the Asia-Pacific Region
In case of editorial questions:
SunTechnics Solartechnik GmbH
Manager Public Relations
Telefon: +49/40 / 23 62 08 – 250
Telefax: +49/40 / 23 62 08 – 222
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