A new city is being built in the US state of Arizona, where 3,000 homes will produce, store, and share their own power. In doing so, the German company has undertaken what is currently the biggest residential power storage project in the USA.
Wildpoldsried, 13 October 2017 – sonnen is installing its sonnenBatterie energy storage solution in 3,000 new homes in the US state of Arizona. This is part of the new concept by home builder and urban planner Mandalay Homes, which is building a new community in Prescott Valley in the US state of Arizona.
sonnen listed as one of Europe’s fastest-growing companies in the Financial Times
Wildpoldsried, 12 April 2017 – sonnen has been recognised by the Financial Times as one of the fastest-growing companies in Europe. The list presents the 1,000 companies with the highest growth percentage from 2012 – 2015. The statistics portal Statista identified tens of thousands of companies in Europe as potential candidates for the ranking. With a cumulative growth of 567%, sonnen ranked number 218 among all participating European companies.
An independent survey carried out by EuPD Research shows that sonnen enjoys a high level of satisfaction and brand recognition among European installers. As a result, sonnen has become the first battery manufacturer on the European market to receive the label of “Top Brand PV Storage”.
Wildpoldsried, 8 March 2017 – sonnen is one of the top brands when it comes to energy storage systems, as demonstrated in a study by Bonn-based marketing and business research company EuPD Research. The annual survey of installers shows that installers in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the UK, rely on sonnen products to a particularly high degree. This is reflected by sonnens exceptional ratings in terms of satisfaction, likelihood to recommend to others and market penetration. Due to this impressive market position the German manufacturer received the seal of “Top Brand PV Storage” in Europe. This is the first time a storage system manufacturer has been awarded this title.
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