Wetterbest offers photovoltaic power plants for roofs

Alina Oprea
Wetterbest, a manufacturer of roofing systems from Romania, announces that it offers photovoltaic power plants with an easy installation system on the roof of current buildings or at the time of its renovation, new generation products with a guarantee of up to 25 years, and personalized energy efficiency on the needs of any type of home.

"The roof is an extremely important element in terms of the energy efficiency of a building. By offering the possibility of purchasing the photovoltaic plant at the time of purchasing a metal cladding system, we want to optimize the time, effort, and last but not least the budget of our customers. We offer specialized consultancy in choosing the right solution for each type of home and support in drawing up the files for obtaining non-refundable financing", says Marian Pîrvu, general manager of Wetterbest.

Wetterbest has three types of photovoltaic systems: on-grid, connected to the national energy system, and hybrid, which are autonomous systems designed to include battery storage to ensure continuity of energy supply during the night or when the level of solar radiation is insufficient, but also off-grid, where the energy generated is incorporated into the battery.

Each system comes with three types of packages, with powers of 3 kW, 6 kW, and 10 kW. These include photovoltaic panels, support systems, solar inverters, batteries, and accessories.

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Green Forum  |  17 May, 2024 at 9:00 AM