British solar PV and thermal technology company Naked Energy announced partnerships with Estonia-based heating, cooling and ventilation companies Soojuskeskus and OJ Ventilation.
The two companies will help to distribute Naked Energy's solar PV and thermal solutions with excellent services to clients across Scandinavia and the Baltic states.
Reportedly, Naked Energy's innovative Virtu product series is already enabling businesses worldwide to achieve net zero targets by delivering up to 3.5 times the carbon savings per square meter than conventional solar PV panels.
Specifically, the VirtuPVT collector combines solar PV and thermal technologies to generate both electricity and heat from a single collector. Their unique modular design makes them one of the world's highest energy density solar technology.
While the other product, the VirtuHOT collector, which generates solar heat, recently received the gold standard TÜV international certification.
Both technologies are instrumental in decarbonizing heat and will provide Soojuskeskus and OJ Ventilation's clients with clean and efficient energy.
"With Europe continuing to feel the great impact of the energy crisis, Naked Energy's Virtu collectors are a welcome addition to our offering," said Kert Kivistik, CEO of Soojuskeskus.
"Naked Energy's solar thermal technology is the perfect fit for our heating, ventilating and air conditioning service portfolio. There's huge potential for solar thermal to become a standard part of the energy mix with any new building projects, and Virtu seamlessly integrates with other technology in our heating systems," commented Ott Kullerkupp, CEO of OJ Ventilation.
The deal is the latest in Naked Energy's international expansion and further establishes the company's position in Europe's renewables and solar sector. It opens the door for Nordic countries to access Naked Energy's innovative solar products.
In January, Naked Energy partnered with leading European engineering-led firms Tech4Food and Menerga's Greek division, entering Portuguese and Greek markets.
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