GOODWE SOLAR ROADSHOW 2021, organized by GoodWe and its partners in Poland, was aimed at giving new and existing GoodWe installers the opportunity to finally meet offline with local representatives from GoodWe’s sales, marketing and service team, as well as to learn more about the brand’s product portfolio.
The First Roadshow event took place in Poland, a country that has recently been recognised as one of the fastest growing PV markets in Europe.
After a successful event, the Journey from Poland to Spain started. From the 6th to 10th of September, 2021 the GoodWe Solar Truck touched based through the cities of Toledo, Alicante, Valencia and Madrid.
During the Spanish roadshow, we had the pleasure to meet customers and installers and bring them not only the most important GoodWe news of 2021 but also give 360° technical training and support to all participants.
Each event began with the arrival of the attendees, respecting all Covid safety measures (safety distance, hand sanitization, masks), and the delivery of welcome kits with technical brochures and gifts.
Through training seminars and the GoodWe truck itself with some of our flagship products installed inside, finally after more than one year the GoodWe Spanish team had the pleasure to meet customers and friends face to face and explained all the benefits and advantages of a PV installation with GoodWe inverters and its great growth that is developing in Spain in 2021 and the positioning as a one of the most important brand recognized in the country.
Carlos Martinez, country manager for Iberia, explained all the benefits and most outstanding features of the GoodWe HT Series (100-136 kW) and 225-250kW range. Finally, Luis Fariza, Technical Manager, received all the attendees at the GoodWe Truck and explained the features and applications of the displayed inverters such as XS Series, DNS Series, SDT G2 Series, EM Series, and a real EH Series in an interactive panel which visitors had the possibility to play with the configuration of the system as well as the operation of the inverters on the truck and gave them a comprehensive description of the entire product range, reviewing with them key aspects of the commissioning and describing the after-sales services offered by GoodWe.
The event was also attended by Giorgia Dolzani and Irene Ramirez, marketing manager and logistics and sales assistant, respectively, from GoodWe EMEA, who informed customers about the GoodWe Plus+ certified installer program and the imminent launches of new products such as the ESA series of solar inverters and the Lynx Home U series of low-voltage batteries.
Given the extensive product portfolio, customers were provided with a comprehensive overview of our inverters and solutions for residential, commercial and industrial installations, self-consumption and not least our new HT series inverter for large-scale installations.
After the tour in Spain, the GoodWe Solar Truck moved to the Netherlands with another 2-week tour.
To all those interested in visiting the GoodWe truck in Spain, we look forward to seeing you at the Genera exhibition from November 16 to 18. You will find us at our booth Nr. 4B05 with our truck where we will show you a lot of news!
Innovation never stops at GoodWe! We have more such innovations and engagements planned coming your way to amaze you, keep following GoodWe for more updates.
Watch the event video here- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWjjR0qmsac
GoodWe is a world-leading PV inverter and energy storage solutions manufacturer and is listed as a public limited company on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (Stock Code: 688390).
With an accumulative delivery of more than two million inverters and installation of 23GW in more than 100 countries and regions, GoodWe was ranked as the Global No.1 storage inverter by Wood Mackenzie in 2020. GoodWe has also ranked as one of the Top 10 inverter suppliers by IHS Markit and has achieved six consecutive TÜV Rheinland “All Quality Matters” Awards. The great reputation of the MT-Series is spreading across continents and the pace of our global deployments is expanding rapidly.