ANTARIS SOLAR selected to be NICEIC photovoltaic affinity partner
The partnership brings together German quality with the standards of UK’s leading voluntary body for electrical installation matters.
NICEIC is the electrical contracting industries voluntary body for electrical installation matters. NICEIC also delivers solar PV best practice MCS training and certification. Over 1.000 contractors have been trained so far, more than any other body. The NICEIC affinity partnership is another milestone in ANTARIS SOLAR’s activities on the UK and Ireland PV market. Andrew Moore, ANTARIS SOLAR’s UK Country Manager, said that both ANTARIS and Burdens are proud to be associated with such a well respected industry body such as NICEIC.
ANTARIS SOLAR, international solar technology provider with headquarters in Bavaria, Germany, is partnering with Burdens Ecomerchant in order to deploy the usage of photovoltaic technology in the UK. Due to the partnership customers benefit from German quality standards and above-average warranties as well as from local stockings and fast product delivery.
Antaris Solar GmbH & Co. KG
The ANTARIS SOLAR Group (www.antaris-solar.co.uk) is one of the leading providers of cutting edge solar technology in Germany and Europe. ANTARIS SOLAR combines wholesale services with large-scale turnkey projects – ranging from project development and planning to project implementation. The corporate group also operates Europe’s largest Web shop for photovoltaic products (www.fotovoltaikshop.net).
The headquarters of the ANTARIS SOLAR Group are located in Waldaschaff, near Aschaffenburg, Bavaria. In addition, the corporate group also has foreign subsidiaries in Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Italy, France and the UK.
In order to promote the deployment of high quality PV technology in the UK ANTARIS SOLAR is partnering with Ecomerchant, the sustainable trading arm of Burdens Ltd. and provider of eco-friendly construction products in the UK.
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