星期五, 7月 30, 2021
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EnterSolar to fold into EDF’s PowerFlex subsidiary

Source:EDF

EDF Renewables North America announced that its PowerFlex subsidiary will expand to provide customers a full suite of solar, battery, EV, microgrid and energy management system offerings. To enable this expansion, EnterSolar will use the PowerFlex brand, effective immediately.

By consolidating the full suite of C&I energy solutions under one roof, PowerFlex allows customers to purchase a standalone product or bundled package that saves energy costs while reducing their carbon footprint. Thanks to its proprietary software, PowerFlex can provide customer-focused on-site renewable infrastructure that expands and grows with a client’s needs over time.

“We laid out our vision for integrated distributed energy in 2015, when EDF Renewables started to expand into distributed solar,” said Raphael Declercq, Executive Vice President, EDF Renewables Distributed Solutions. “Our offerings were broadened to commercial and industrial customers with the acquisition of EnterSolar, and now we are uniquely positioned to offer our customers a one-stop-shop solution for all their on-site clean energy needs.”

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