"We are extremely pleased, that we found with IKEA a reputable and professional PV power plant operator, who also cares about the environmental aspects of power generation by using renewable energies”, explain Dr. Robin Hirschl and Burkhard Söhngen, both Managing Directors of ENcome Energy Performance GmbH.
„ For more than ten years we have been working intensely to reduce both, our energy consumption as well as our Carbon footprint. We count on environmentally friendly energy. Hence, we have had power suppliers for many years, who exclusively provide power from renewable energies. For the same reason we invest in pellet heating systems geothermal energy and PV power plants." comments DI (FH) Hannes Eichner/Country Facility Management of IKEA.
„We have searched for a professional and experienced partner, who is able to support our facilities in order to optimize our plant operation. We found with ENcome a reliable partner, who precisely knows his core business and who is helping us to ensure our expected plant performance. “adds Eichner.
With the conclusion of this contract, ENcome underlines its leading position in the technical O&M of industrial PV-rooftop systems in Austria and in whole Europe. In addition to technical O&M, ENcome provides IKEA its proprietary monitoring system „ENcome Energy Monitor “, allowing for real time reviews and comparisons of energy yields and plant data.
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) and the compilation of technical expertise. At present ENcome operates power plants with a nominal capacity of several hundred megawatts in different countries. Well skilled engineers ensure the best yield for every renewable energy park in any grid environment. Furthermore ENcome offers other services along the asset lifecycle of photovoltaic installations partnering amongst others with renown law firms, tax advisers and security centres.