BayWa r.e.’s subsidiary BayWa r.e. Solar Systems LLC recently introduced its new r.e.Connect Partner Program. In creating an innovative program, BayWa r.e. worked directly with installers in its partner network to discover the biggest challenges in a solar installation company’s daily operations. Popular benefits are co-op funds for marketing materials, support to join industry associations, restocking discounts, marketing assistance, business support and system financing.
“We’re already getting a great response from our installer network. Access to benefits like permitting and design services and competitive financing are making a real difference to our installers,” said Boaz Soifer, CEO of BayWa r.e. Solar Systems LLC. “Being a great distribution partner means thinking beyond just supply issues. We are engaging our partners in running healthy and sustainable businesses together.”
BayWa r.e. will be presenting its r.e.Connect Partner Program at upcoming roadshows in California on May 3rd and 5th 2016.
BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BayWa AG and combines the activities of the solar, wind, bio- and geothermal energy business sectors. BayWa r.e.’s core markets are Europe and the USA. The German-based company is a “full-service-partner”, employing around 900 and drawing on more than 20 years of experience in the market. Today, BayWa r.e. develops, realizes, consults on and supports renewable energy projects. In addition, the company operates and maintains renewable energy plants. Further business activities include wholesaling PV components, as well as purchasing and trading in green energy.
BayWa r.e.’s US subsidiaries are active in the solar and wind markets of the Americas. They focus on projects and O&M business and the distribution of PV components.
Have you checked out our YouTube page?
We have a ton video interviews and additional content on our YouTube page. Recently we debuted Power Forward! -- a collaboration with BayWa r.e. to discuss higher level industry topics as well as best practices / trends for running a solar business today.
Our longer running side project is The Pitch -- in which we have awkward discussions with solar manufacturers and suppliers about their new technology and ideas so that you don't have to. We discuss everything from residential rail-less deck attaching and home solar financing to large-scale energy storage value stacking and utility-driven new home solar + storage microgrids.