Fenecon is reducing prices of its energy storage systems for distribution partners in Europe up to 20%

1/20/17, 8:00 AM -

Fenecon is reducing prices for its energy storage systems throughout Europe by up to 20 percent. At the same time, Managing Director Franz-Josef Feilmeier announced that he would expand the service further.

Managing Director Franz-Josef Feilmeier of Fenecon announced price reductions of its battery storage systems of up to 20 percent.

A price slump at the store market enabled the price reductions of up to 20 percent Feilmeier underlined. "Installers and energy suppliers as the main sales partners can offer their customers the electricity storage at a much lower price. In combination with the increasingly favorable photovoltaic modules, attractive energy packages can be created for end customers,” he says.

Several hundred sales partners

Fenecon supplies about 500 trained companies in Germany, of which over 100 are official regional partners, Feilmeier says. In addition, there is a double-digit number of Fenecon partner companies in Europe. Sales partners are also selected wholesalers and various energy suppliers. Fenecon is responsible for the distribution of the integrated battery storage systems of the Chinese manufacturer BYD in Europe. The energy storage units are also equipped with the Fenecon FEMS as energy management and basis for the smartphone model”, he adds.

Price reductions throughout Europe

"Our prices are the same for all partners in Europe and are therefore up to 20 percent cheaper than before", Feilmeier told pv Europe. At the same time, he announced an intensification of the services. Due to the once again significantly increased market presence of the company this year, even shorter delivery times would be possible. New is an optional service offer for Saturday delivery. This includes the supply and construction of the current storage at the end customer by trained personnel. "As a result, installers need only take care of the connection and commissioning, which considerably reduces personnel costs and costs," says Feilmeier. (HCN)

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