4eco has confirmed an exclusive partnership with New Zealand solar inverter manufacturer, Enasolar
The newly-formed partnership will see 4Eco’s microgen diversion devices – the immerSUN – installed into thousands of homes across New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Islands.
Alongside sole distribution rights for the southern hemisphere, the international relationship will see Enasolar expand its sales promotion, training and support to accredited electrical installers across the territory. The Christchurch-based company will offer a unique T1060-3 version of the immerSUN, which has been specifically designed for use within the region and will carry Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM) accreditation.
The two organisations will continue to work closely together to share R&D insight, customer feedback and next-generation product development, as well as data.
“As the market leader in certified microgen diversion technologies, taking our products global has always been the goal,” said Jodi Huggett, innovation director at 4Eco.
“We’re committed to pushing the boundaries of capability and leading the way in highly-efficient renewable technologies, which is why we made the decision to partner with Enasolar. This exciting venture will allow us to not only share expertise and innovation from ongoing R&D investment, but also provide a collaborative platform to take the message of safety standards and certified diversion technology global.”