VP Solar energy storage protagonist in MCE

MCE 2016, Mostra Convegno Expocomfort in Milan from 15 to 18 March, has represented the continental showcase for innovative technologies in comfort and energy systems. 2.100 exhibitors and more than 155.000 visitors with a significant growth of the international participants.

Innovative, reliable and efficient solutions.

This year VP Solar, after the conference on the Thermodynamic organized in the previous edition of 2014, wanted to be present with two stands, one of which within the That’s Smart geared to promote new technologies for innovative, automatic, comfortable and energy-efficient building.

For this scope VP Solar has for years been engaged with its engineers in selecting, testing and proposing innovative, reliable and efficient solutions. DomusManager (www.domusmanager.it) is a project that expresses symbolically this commitment: a home built in 1982 with G energetic class, renewed to class A +, applying photovoltaic, thermodynamic, heat pumps, storage.

High interest during MCE of VP Solar storage systems.

VP Solar storage systems, in particular, created high interest during MCE. It is fascinating to think you can see grow the auto-consumption of a building with photovoltaics, up to approach energy independence.
Which 2016 storage? To this question VP Solar gave multiple answers, depending on the needs of users, both residential and commercial, in a broader framework, the system that produces, consumes efficiently, stores, monitors and manages the energy. it.

This vision was also presented during the 5 events and 3 mini meetings and the Politecnico di Milano workshop “Towards energy self-sufficiency”, organized during the event, which was attended by more than 1.000 professionals, and has been recognized as worthy of general interest.

The experience of VP Solar team, committed since 1999 in the distribution of energy systems, can help resellers and installers to always find the best solutions.

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VP Solar energy storage protagonist in MCE was last modified: January 8th, 2019 by Team VP Solar