Last updated on 3 April 2019 at 12:13 pm
There’s an ever-increasing number of competitors in the solar market. Companies are expanding into this booming technological sector more quickly than ever before, but we here at SOLS Energy aren’t concerned about them. We’ve been here for a while, developing our energetic model in order to become the best of the solar providers on the Malaysian market today. Here’s a quick breakdown of what makes us so.
The first thing to understand is that we do everything. From residential, to industrial, to commercial. You could see our solar technicians on the roofs of factories installing massive solar arrays. There’s no project which would scare off our highly-trained teams. You can see our solar technicians on the roofs of huts in villages in the jungle. We do grid tied systems; we do off grid systems. We do net metering, which sends excess power back to the city power grid in return for discounts on power, and we used to do feed-in-tariff systems until the government decided not to allow those installations until further notice. We are doing every kind of installation that we can on the market, and providing a wide range of options to our clients. Because we know how to do it all, there’s no job which can daunt us.
The next major distinguishing factor is that we train our technicians in-house. Every year approximately a hundred graduates of our solar academy are processed, after which they’re given the opportunity to join the workforce with us. This means that from the classroom to the rooftops, our team has learned together and now operates together as a synchronized unit. You’ve heard of the Navy Seals? Our technicians are the Navy Seals of the solar technician world. These aren’t our words, the Navy Seals told us this.
When your job has been completed by our highly trained installation unit, you can pay us with pride, knowing that your hard-earned cash will be spent by an organization which works hard to ensure our humanitarian efforts are successful. You may not realize, but SOLS Energy is a part of the larger SOLS family of organizations, which was developed in order to aid various social efforts across Malaysia. Our other projects include education of impoverished youth, through the SOLS Academy of Innovation which teaches solar installation skills and English proficiency; as well as technology refurbishment, and mental health services, amongst others projects. By hiring us you can consider yourself to be extending your good deed into other areas of Malaysian culture, we promise to use the money generated for only the most noble of causes.
You’re not the only one who’s noticed how effective SOLS Energy is. Another of the distinguishing factors which differentiates us from our competitors is the quality of our hardware. We are partnered with leading hardware manufacturers from the global market. These partners of ours respect the business model we’ve adopted, and are happy to be working with us to deliver you the most effective solar experience available on the market.
Finally, one of the other services we provide to all our clients is connection with a community of solar power enthusiasts. Through this community you’ll be able to discuss ongoing solar trends, and strategies to being able to maximize your positive impact, as well as maximizing your financial gains from the panels you’ve installed. If the community can’t help with whatever issues you may be having, feel free to reach out to us. We include 10 to 25 year warranties with our panels, and our technicians are happy to provide maintenance services following installations.
At SOLS Energy we’re unwilling to compromise on anything. We don’t want to make it by with mediocre services, or mediocre products. We want to establish a loyal base of customers by demonstrating to them that we really do care, and are willing to go the extra mile in case there could be any doubt of this. Others in the industry might be willing to install without supporting the environment around, but we aren’t content until we’re an integrated part of the communities we aid.
Written by Marcomms Intern, Jack Seaberry.