星期二, 9月 28, 2021
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Pearce Renewables launches online spare parts store

Pearce Renewables announced the launch of its online spare parts store to help clients procure wind, solar, EV, and energy storage spare parts and components for their renewable energy assets to optimize performance and continue to provide a cleaner future for our nation. The store includes components for wind turbines, central and string inverters, EV chargers and energy storage assets.

“Spare parts and components are crucial to maintaining the uptime and safe operation of our nation’s renewable energy infrastructure,” said Mark McLanahan, CEO of Pearce Renewables. “As our customers continue to grow into new markets like energy storage, we are evolving our services and solutions to ensure these assets are performing optimally.”

Pearce Renewables is now offering:

Expedited shipping available nationwide
Multiple payment options (credit cards, POs, billable accounts)
Dedicated support team with customized solutions to meet client requirements
Recommended spare parts for wind, solar, EV charging or energy storage assets
Hold and maintain customer specific inventory
“Our clients are often out in the field working. They need pricing and availability fast. The process is now streamlined where they can see in real time the cost and whether an item is in stock without wasting valuable time,” said Nick Reid, parts sales associate at Pearce Renewables. “We know how important it is for our clients to find the right solution, so we’re continuously adding new parts and services as they add new assets and technology to their portfolios.”

The online store makes Pearce Renewables a one-stop-shop for all renewable energy services from O&M to engineering, parts procurement and logistics.

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