AES Solar has joined forces with national company Phuse Energy to create a ‘powerful’ partnership.
Phuse Energy specialises in electric vehicle charging points and battery storage systems. It has a growing national network of electrical installers specially trained for EV (electric vehicle) charging points and other clean energy technologies such as battery storage systems.
The collaboration puts AES Solar, Scotland’s leading solar installation and manufacturing company at the head of Phuse Energy’s operation north of the border.
The partnership with AES Solar, who recently opened an Edinburgh office means that by working together, the firms can offer a complete package when it comes to solar, battery storage and electric vehicle chargers.
Phuse and AES Solar offer complete package
George Goudsmit, AES Solar’s Managing Director explained: “Phuse has a massive network across England. Now they need to branch out into Scotland. There is a very clear relationship between having EV, Solar PV and battery storage. By working together we can offer all these things to our customer networks. It is collaboration working at its best.”
Chris Roberts, Director of Phuse Energy Ltd said “We’re excited to be partnering with AES Solar because of their long-established reputation and the additional technical expertise they bring to the group. We also have a shared vision of how EV, solar and batteries will converge through intelligent communication between devices”.
Last September, the Scottish Government announced a commitment to phase out petrol and diesel cars by 2032.
AES Solar urged motorists to be one step ahead to ensure they make wise decisions on how they will manage the phase-out.
George explained: “AES Solar fully backs the Scottish Government’s plans to replace vehicles powered by fossil fuels with electric alternatives. This is why we have sought a way to ensure our customers get the full package from our team.
“However, people should be forward-thinking and plan ahead by installing their solar panels, battery storage and charging points now. Solar panels can generate an additional income in the home for up to 20 years whilst offsetting electricity prices. This, in turn, could help the customer buy their first electric vehicle when the time comes. The appetite for electric vehicles is gathering pace. The drive from the Scottish Government will undoubtedly change the buying habits of consumers very quickly.”