International solar developer Enfinity will announce a range of new projects on social housing, installer partnerships and the latest products at the Solar Power UK conference opening today in Birmingham.
With an estimated 8,000 families in social housing properties in the UK set to benefit from Enfinity PV systems that will be installed by spring next year, the Enfinity team will showcase best practices in delivering on social housing and other local authority projects at the conference.
It will also share details of ongoing schemes such as the United Welsh Housing Association installation project.
Enfinity’s new higher output and black modules set to enter the UK product portfolio this year will be showcased at the conference.
The company will also announce plans on extended warranties on Enfinity inverters up to 20 years while explaining benefits of the ‘Infinity Installer Partner Programe.’
Martin Allman, Enfinity UK Trade Manager said “there is still much to be done by us in the industry to make solar power even more accessible to all” even though thousands of homes and businesses across the UK are now benefitting from solar power with lower fuel bills and the ability to earn a tax-free income through the Government’s feed-in-tariff scheme.
Enfinity with a worldwide PV capacity of 230 MWp is into financing, developing, building and operating ground or rooftop based solar power installations.