Metz gets into PV business

Towards a sustainable future

The consumer electronics provider entered the solar business last year.  Photovoltaic components and systems are also now being sold, with Chinese parent Skyworth behind us.

The consumer electronics provider entered the solar business last year. With Chinese parent company Skyworth behind us, photovoltaic components and systems are also now being sold.

Metz entered the solar business last year. The company intends to pursue its ambitious goals in 2024 and expand its product range. An entirely new product family of hybrid inverters and solar storage systems is being introduced.

Until now, Metz was known primarily as a supplier of products to the television industry. with the Chinese parent company Skyworth Behind us, photovoltaic components and systems are now being sold. The company offers a Wide range of inverters, battery storage and solar modules and balcony power plants For consumer sector. Through the partnership with INVT, exclusive distribution rights for the entire DACH region were secured. The focus was primarily on the commercial and industrial sector where initial impressive sales successes were achieved with the innovative industrial series with models ranging from the XG50 to the XG110.

Vision 2024

In 2024, Metz intends to pursue its ambitious goals and expand its product range in the residential sector. An entirely new product family of hybrid inverters and solar storage systems is being introduced. They aim to offer modular flexibility – storage solutions start at 7.5 kWh and can be expanded in 2.5 kWh increments. In order to achieve its ambitious growth targets, the company is currently looking for committed dealers who want to tap into the residential sector. At the same time, the commercial and industrial sector remains a central pillar of the strategy. The project pipeline for open space systems is already well-filled by 2024.

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New in the portfolio

Beginning in Q2 2024, Metz will expand its range with balcony power plants for the consumer sector under the Mgreen and coocaa brands. This should bring more interesting margins across different price ranges, especially for retailers. Depending on the brand, the selection of balcony power plants consists of ultra-modern, double-sided glass-glass modules, which are not only characterized by impressive performance and excellent energy yield, but also impress with their elegant design.
As a highlight, the company offers a complete package certified by DGS – including brackets.

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