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Two weeks, three events and a whole load of energy. This November we were able to showcase our NEW OffGen – a compact energy storage system designed for off-grid & grid-tied residential use!
Our Sales Representatives, Bruce MacPherson & Rob Duffy at EMEX
What an absolute pleasure it was to participate in this year’s Solar & Storage Live event, METStrade and EMEX Net Zero Conference and Energy Management Exhibition. Three events in one week, and we are still buzzing with excitement!
Solar & Storage Live as well as EMEX expo see more than 150 exhibitors from across the globe, featuring new ways of thinking and novel partnerships, to generate solutions to help power the energy transition. METSTrade on the other hand is where the global leisure marine industry comes together, making it the world’s largest trade exhibition of marine equipment, materials and systems.
We received a considerable footfall where our visiting audience applauded the way our product range to date fits with the circular economy model. We also used this opportunity to debut our new OffGen – a compact energy storage system designed for off-grid or grid-tied residential use. While most systems require additional wall-mounted components for their installation, the OffGen packs all of this in a single electrical grade cabinet (lithium-ion batteries, hybrid inverter and switch gear).
All in all, we thoroughly enjoyed the events and the great opportunity to interact in person with like-minded people from all corners of the world. We hope to attend such occasions in the future and connect with many more new faces!
If you want to learn more about the OffGen, get in touch with us via our contact page or download the brochure here.
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