ENcome receives Solar O&M Best Practice Mark by SolarPower Europe

ENcome Energy Performance GmbH received the Solar O&M Best Practice Mark for best-in-class solar service providers. Receiving this certificate once again demonstrates the high service level provided by ENcome and its compliance with the objective and challenging service standards defined by SolarPower Europe.

“The Engineering & Advisory unit of ENcome takes initiative in the early stages of the development and lay-out planning of PV assets by introducing a design-to-operate philosophy. The asset owner thereby benefits both from our engineering and our O&M know how and experience. Having co-created this Best Practice Benchmark we are pleased to once again proof our professional capabilities to the benefit of our customers”, states Robin Hirschl, Managing Director of ENcome.

After years of successful growth making ENcome the top independent European solar O&M service provider, its operational expertise today is supported by internal specialists in all other crucial areas of maintenance and design of PV assets. “We gladly apply the Solar O&M Best Practice Mark to demonstrate our competence and our compliance”, adds Robin Hirschl.

Next to the O&M Best Practices Guidelines of SolarPower Europe, the Solar O&M Best Practice Mark signals to customers that in choosing their O&M provider they rely on a certified company which uses a standardised checklist to score against the requirements of best practice measures and procedures.  

“We appreciate to be involved in the early design stages of a PV asset. This will give us the opportunity to best possibly care for the asset and to provide excellent O&M services over its life time”, Robin Hirschl ends.

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About ENcome:

The ENcome group is a pan-European leading and independent provider for the operation of photovoltaic power plants with focus on technical Operation and Maintenance (O&M), technical Asset Management (TAM), as well as Engineering & Advisory services. At present ENcome operates power plants with a nominal capacity of approx. one Gigawatt in all major European markets and Australia.

About the Solar O&M Best Practices Mark:

The Solar O&M Best Practices Mark is a self-evaluation-based label to promote transparency and excellence in the solar O&M market. For more information: www.solarmaintenancemark.com

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