Sigenergy Collaborates with Solexis and tritec to Bring Innovative Energy Solutions to Switzerland

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Sigenergy, a leading energy innovator, has joined forces with solar wholesalers Solexis and tritec to market its flexible and AI-powered energy solutions. The collaboration, which was formalized in May, will introduce Sigenergy’s groundbreaking 5-in-1 energy solution, the SigenStor, to households and businesses in Switzerland.

The SigenStor is a revolutionary device that combines solar energy generation, energy storage, and intelligent EV charging in one unit. With the ability to deliver individual power outputs ranging from 5 kW to 25 kW across three phases, and store up to 48 kWh of electricity, the SigenStor offers unparalleled performance and convenience. Its modular and stackable design ensures easy installation, saving both time and additional wiring costs, even for large-scale commercial and industrial projects.

One of the standout features of the SigenStor is its integrated high-speed DC charger, capable of charging electric vehicles at speeds of up to 130 km per hour—more than twice as fast as a traditional wallbox. Moreover, an AI-powered energy management system enables customers to optimize their energy usage through features such as self-consumption, energy arbitrage, dynamic electricity tariffs, and integration with virtual power plants (VPPs).

Solexis and tritec, with their extensive technical support and expertise in the solar industry, are the ideal partners to make Sigenergy’s innovative product portfolio accessible to installers across Switzerland. They boast comprehensive storage facilities in Switzerland, along with documentation and service in multiple languages, providing a strong foundation for successful deployment of Sigenergy’s products among Swiss installers. Both companies are confident in their ability to capture significant market share in a short period of time with this product lineup.

The teams from Sigenergy, tritec AG, and Solexis will be available for discussions at the upcoming Intersolar/ees event in Munich from June 19 to 21, located at Stand B1.579. This gathering serves as an excellent platform for industry professionals to learn more about Sigenergy’s cutting-edge solutions.

For further information about Sigenergy, please visit their website at www.sigenergy.com.

[Source: Image of Tony Xu, Founder & CEO of Sigenergy, and Frederic Bichsel, CEO of Solexis; Image of Roland Hofmann, CEO at tritec AG, and Tony Xu, Founder & CEO of Sigenergy]

Sigenergy’s collaboration with Solexis and tritec aims to bring innovative energy solutions to Switzerland, particularly with the introduction of their SigenStor device. This 5-in-1 energy solution combines solar energy generation, energy storage, and intelligent EV charging in one unit.

One of the key advantages of the SigenStor is its modular and stackable design, which ensures easy installation and saves both time and additional wiring costs. This makes it suitable even for large-scale commercial and industrial projects. Additionally, the SigenStor offers unparalleled performance and convenience with individual power outputs ranging from 5 kW to 25 kW across three phases, and the ability to store up to 48 kWh of electricity.

Another standout feature is the integrated high-speed DC charger, which can charge electric vehicles at speeds of up to 130 km per hour, more than twice as fast as a traditional wallbox. This innovation provides enhanced convenience for EV owners and contributes to the widespread adoption of electric transportation.

Furthermore, the SigenStor’s AI-powered energy management system enables customers to optimize their energy usage. Features such as self-consumption, energy arbitrage, dynamic electricity tariffs, and integration with virtual power plants (VPPs) enhance the overall efficiency and cost-effectiveness of the device.

Solexis and tritec, as solar wholesalers, provide the necessary technical support and expertise in the solar industry to bring Sigenergy’s product portfolio to installers across Switzerland. Their comprehensive storage facilities in Switzerland, documentation and service in multiple languages, and strong network in the industry create a solid foundation for successful deployment of Sigenergy’s products among Swiss installers.

One of the key challenges associated with the adoption of innovative energy solutions, such as the SigenStor, is the initial cost. While the device offers significant long-term energy savings, the upfront investment may deter some potential customers. Therefore, effective communication of the long-term benefits and potential return on investment is crucial in overcoming this challenge.

Furthermore, a potential controversy surrounding the wider adoption of such energy solutions is the integration with the existing energy grid infrastructure. As more households and businesses install devices like the SigenStor, the grid may face challenges in accommodating the increased distributed energy generation and storage. This may require upgrades and modifications to the grid infrastructure to ensure proper integration.

Overall, Sigenergy’s collaboration with Solexis and tritec brings innovative energy solutions to Switzerland with the introduction of the SigenStor. The device’s combination of solar energy generation, energy storage, and intelligent EV charging, along with its advanced features and convenient modular design, make it a promising solution for households and businesses aiming to optimize their energy usage and contribute to a more sustainable future.

For further information about Sigenergy and their products, visit their website at www.sigenergy.com.