ENcome signs sales partnership with Milk the Sun

Milk the Sun (www.milkthesun.com), headquartered in Berlin, runs an online platform for buying and selling photovoltaic installations and projects in different stages of realization. Additionally, the marketplace supports owners of solar farms with a wide range of PV-related services.

From today on interested owners can directly receive detailed offers of ENcome's vendor- and constructor-independent services through Milk the Sun. In return, the marketplace supports ENcome's customers to find new solar projects all over Europe. This cooperation enables ENcome and Milk the Sun to provide a wider range of support. As Dr. Robin Hirschl, ENcome Energy Performance GmbH’s managing partner puts it, "Our common initiative with Milk the Sun ensures that the best photovoltaic installations will receive the best care over the entire life cycle."

ENcome Energy Performance was founded by a team of three managers that bring together close to 40 years of experience in renewable energy and more than 20 years in PV to the business. Well skilled engineers ensure the best yield for every renewable energy park in any grid environment. ENcome’s flexible and scalable monitoring infrastructure, with a frontend tailored for plant owners and investors, optimizes the user experience for our customers and the efficiency of our operation team. ENcome offers all services along the asset lifecycle with one single point of contact, partnering amongst others with renown law firms, tax advisers and security centers.

Source: ENcome

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