Solarday continues its expansion plan and opens its new office and warehouses in Valencia in order to supply the Spanish and Portuguese markets.
The renewable energy market is defying the coronavirus and continues to grow. With the opening of the new office in Valencia, Solarday reinforces its expansion plan based on a growth strategy, boosting its presence in Europe and increasing sales in the Spanish market, one of the most booming markets in the photovoltaic sector.
Solarday is a manufacturer that specializes in high-end products and tailor-made PV solutions, colored modules, and revamping. It has historically focused on its domestic market since the first "Conto Energia". They take a leading position by manufacturing locally and being one of the pioneers in the Italian market.
"The opening of a new office in Spain follows the international expansion plan process implemented by Solarday in 2018," says the head of the branch, Aleix Montraveta. "The market in Spain and Portugal has such a great potential that it was a logical step to create our own subsidiary", explains Solarday's Marketing Director.
The team located in Spain is made up of a group of professionals with great knowledge and experience in the PV sector. They are working with their own warehouse, as part of their strategy to bring the product closer and speed up deliveries to customers. The Italian brand will participate in this 2022 in Genera, the International Energy and Environment Fair in Madrid. In addition, with its Golden Partners program, distribution agreements are being signed with important players in the PV sector in the Spanish market.
"We manufacture photovoltaic panels for any energetic, technological and design needed, in order to offer a versatile range of products for residential or tertiary solutions," says Aleix Montraveta. Solarday's product range comes with a 20-year warranty, which can be extended to 25 years for its partners. It is worth mentioning that in 2021 Solarday has received the TOP ITALIAN BRAND award, granted by the German institute EUPD.