Soleos-solar.com with a New Look
Clearly Arranged and Informative - the New Internet Site of Soleos Solar
Soleos Solar is active world-wide and publishes texts and subject matter on its website in eight languages: Arabic, English, French, German, Greek, Portuguese, Spanish and Turkish. All of the documentation on the components is available in English, French and German.
Components with only one Click
Via a component gallery, visitors can find technical data, certificates or manuals of the portfolio with a simple click. The area "plants" explains the different areas where photovoltaics can be deployed, from the classical system, a plant connected to the grid - with and without storage interconnection - all the way to off-grid applications. An extensive image gallery presents impressions of numerous PV projects around the whole world.
With its modern crisp layout, the new web page also informs visitors about Soleos' company history in detail, its mission and the international sales network. The weekly newsletter regularly informs readers about special offers, availability and training seminars directly per email.
Further information can be found at www.soleos-solar.com
Soleos Solar GmbH
Soleos Solar GmbH was founded in 2004 and since then has concentrated on the wholesale of photovoltaics and the manufacture of crystalline solar modules. The company, with headquarters in Bornheim-Sechtem near Cologne, offers its customers grid-connected systems of various power classes and associated storage facilities, island plants as well as a wide product portfolio of components for solar power plants.
Thanks to its international network and many years of experience, Soleos Solar has the appropriate product for every customer's requirement. The company sells its plants and components all over the world from its company headquarters in Germany, its subsidiaries in France, Greece, Spain and China as well as from its international partner network.
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