Based in the Danish port of Aarhus, Solarglas A/S not only markets SOLARWATT modules and system solutions, but also provides support to installers in planning and constructing photovoltaic systems. “We already have experience in developing design concepts for conventional carports and terrace shade systems,” said Ole Gregersen, CEO at Solarglas. “By including photovoltaic elements, we are taking an important step towards the future. SOLARWATT modules complement our design concepts perfectly and also enhance projects from a visual perspective.”
The first joint appearance for the two partners took place at the Building Green trade fair in Copenhagen on October 12 and 13, 2011. The shared stand will see SOLARWATT AG showcasing product packages tailored to the Danish market. As photovoltaic systems in Denmark tend to feature up to six kilowatts, customers can combine the all-inclusive packages containing different module types to create systems with a capacity of at least six kilowatts. The exhibition stand will mainly focus on roof-integration modules and glass-glass modules for shading systems and building façade installation. Specialized staff will also be available on the stand to inform visitors about the range of options for installing solar power systems on large industrial roofs.
“We are looking forward to working with our new partner,” said Hendrik Pilz, sales manager at SOLARWATT. “Our premium products and experience in the residential segment also enable us to cater directly to the needs of homeowners, who we seek to impress with our quality and service.”
SOLARWATT AG will be offering a training program for Danish Solarglas A/S installers in November. Training will take place in the company headquarters in Dresden, where installers will learn extensively about the German module manufacturer’s products and services, and also visit Europe’s most modern module production line.