Wagner Solar has teamed up with ET Solar and Enphase Energy to offer MCS installers the opportunity to win a PV kit.
Installers attending the Wagner Solar product training event The Way Forward will be automatically entered into a draw to win a 2kW PV Kit comprising of the following components:
– 8 x ET Solar Polycrystalline 250W Modules
– 8 x Enphase Energy M215 Microinverters, Cable and Envoy
– Wagner TRIC Mounting System
– Ancillary components
The Way Forward is a one day event designed to help installers of solar technology learn about the latest technologies in Solar PV. Wagner Solar will bring together European module manufacturer Voltec Solar, together with Enphase Energy and energy control provider Greenologic to showcase new products. Wagner Solar themselves will present details of its commercial mounting and ground mount portfolio.
Speaking from its Chichester headquarters, Wagner Solar managing director, Mark Osborne, said: “We are beginning to emerge from a painfully long winter and PV installers serving the residential sector are feeling the pain as homeowners have prolonged decisions to install solar systems through a lack of conviction during these cold spells. This chance to win a 2kW kit is a great opportunity for the winning installers to make up some gross profit by being able to complete an installation without worrying about the outlay for the technology required.”
President and ceo of ET Solar, Dennis She, added: “It is always an honour to work with Wagner Solar, who have been a committed and long-term partner of ET Solar. The close cooperation with Wagner Solar has helped us a great deal with growing our business in the UK market and it is our pleasure to donate modules for this prize so we can give something back to the installer community.”
The Way Forward is being offered at no charge and will take place at the Hallam Conference, near Oxford Circus in Central London.
MCS accredited PV installers wishing to participate can find out more and register at: http://www.wagner-academy.com or by calling 01243 649 035.