FIMER opens its virtual doors
Photovoltaic inverter and charging solution manufacturer FIMER is opening its ‘virtual’ doors to the world for the first time.
The company is inviting customers and partners from over 100 countries to participate in an innovative 360° virtual tour on 22 June 2021. Visitors will be able to visit FIMER’s zero-impact headquarters, production sites and workplaces to experience — even if only virtually — the quality of FIMER solutions. Click here for further information and to register for the virtual tour.
The company will also be launching two new platforms for the utilities segment. The company has recently announced plans to create a dedicated R&D centre in Italy to meet the needs of this rapidly growing market and the new platforms have been designed to meet the market demand for high power density solutions and easy integration with storage. The company has produced a teaser video that shows some key features of the new solution, available below.
FIMER Chairman Filippo Carzaniga says the new activity and innovation supports the company’s commitment to maintaining its position as a global leader.
“The past 12 months have seen FIMER cement its position as a leading global inverter manufacturer. Our commitment to developing the best solutions for our customers means we have also adapted our business model to reflect customer needs. This includes the appointment of a new senior team to drive innovation across our four core lines of business — utility-scale, commercial and residential solar, and EVI — and the launch of our new R&D Center of Excellence for the utility sector in Italy.
“In addition, we will be launching a new and unique-to-the-market platform and solution for the utility segment on 22 June. This truly is an exciting time to be part of the solar sector, and we are looking forward to sharing our plans with our customers and key stakeholders from across our key global markets,” Carzaniga said.
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