Last Monday our team kicked off the GoodWe Mexico Training Tour in the northern industrial hub of Monterrey in which our after-sales engineer supported by the GoodWe Solar Academy delivered a series of presentations about the GoodWe inverters solutions, introducing to customers and the solar community of Mexico our portfolio of products, including the new technologies that the company has been launching since the start of the year.
Part of the focus of these presentations was on the amazing quality of the GoodWe inverters for the commercial sector, which include advantages such as compatibility with bifacial modules, string level monitoring and PLC communications in a market that is experimenting an accelerated pace of expansion in that sector. Our team touched a bit on our energy storage solutions following up on some questions posed on the recent edition of Solar Power Mexico on March of this year.
The GoodWe Mexico training tour continued later on the week in the 2nd largest city of Mexico, Guadalajara (the cradle in the development of solar in the country), where more and more businesses are expressing their intention of going solar. These events have been held with the support of GoodWe’s partners in Mexico and have been enriched with the valuable contribution of the famous solar brands Canadian Solar, Tigo and Everest.
This training tour has been intended to strengthen the relationship between GoodWe and its existing customers and as such it offered a great opportunity for our team to answer all sorts of questions about solar and specifically about the GoodWe products: from what is broadly speaking the solar energy, all the way to issues related to installation, maintenance and monitoring system. On the other hand, the tour has had the additional benefit of allowing the company to establish a more intimate relationship with installers, who are the ones facing the day to day challenges of expanding the use of the solar energy in Mexico as well as to learning from their experience, which in turn may help GoodWe to design solutions ad hoc to the local market.
The attendance was very strong and the local solar community was impressed by the organizational display of GoodWe of bringing together other important players of the industry and achieving such a good participation. There was a very good interaction on these events and the participants left the training sessions with a better idea about the improved services and technical support of GoodWe in Mexico. The attendees also learned more about the strengths of the company products in the commercial and energy storage segments.
The tour will conclude the next May 10th in Mexico City.
Going forward, GoodWe will continue to hold this kind of training sessions aimed at increasing the company’s footprint in Mexico and establishing a more intimate relationship of the company with the local market. Stay tuned!