PV – Fimer opens new HQ in Japan

The brand new HQ is situated in Shinagawa, Tokyo’s main enterprise district, and is a part of an ongoing transformation of the corporate, following its official transition from ABB’s photo voltaic inverter enterprise earlier within the yr.

Japan’s photo voltaic trade is poised for progress, with the federal government aiming to have renewables attain 22–24 % of nationwide electrical energy technology by 2030. The nation’s zero-carbon power efforts have more and more attracted investments from native and multinational firms, notably within the building of huge scale and industrial-use solar energy crops.

With a complete, revolutionary portfolio of photo voltaic inverter merchandise, programs and companies addressing all market segments and varieties of photo voltaic installations, Fimer is well-positioned to help the demand in Japan’s utility-scale, and industrial and industrial photo voltaic sectors. The corporate is aiming to extend the variety of shopper touchpoints by means of the launch of its new web site and repair centre. Anticipated to open at Tama Centre in Tokyo by 2021, the service centre will supply operations and upkeep (O&M) coaching, in addition to on-site coaching for service engineers and repair brokers.

“Following Fimer’s acquisition of ABB’s photo voltaic inverter enterprise in March, our technique has been centered on creating buyer worth throughout all PV market segments, in addition to leveraging enlargement alternatives inside high-growth territories” mentioned Fimer’s Chairman Filippo Carzaniga. “I want to specific my heartiest congratulations to Fimer Japan on the opening of their new workplace.. Japan is a key strategic market, the place we’re presently seeing sturdy demand, particularly within the utility-scale sector”.

Fimer Japan Nation Supervisor Go Sekiguchi added that because the fourth largest international provider of photo voltaic inverters, Fimer possesses sturdy experience within the photo voltaic trade and that the corporate’s philosophy combines large firm reliability with small firm flexibility.

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