The workmanship of their plants reflects the long-standing tradition of German knowhow, expertise, precision and efficiency. In engineering terms, the company confidently proclaims that their solar plants are designed to maximise output – and therefore revenue – for the plant owner.
Being a global company also means Conergy is able to operate on a scale and volume that allows components to be sourced at competitive rates. These savings are passed on to customers. Leveraging on economies of scale while maintaining the supply of quality products and services is what makes Conergy a true global player.
Staying abreast of market demands means key management personnel attend exhibitions, conferences and dialogues with industry players constantly. Also crucial are dialogues with customers and partners, a strategy that helps the company stay in the loop with what the market wants.
Employing local staff in local offices also means their teams have extensive local market knowledge as well as the all-important network contacts, a complementary presence to their regional offices.
While their corporate mission is to harness the sun, to preserve the planet and power the world, the company has achieved significant milestones, such as building one of the first utility-scale solar plants in Thailand in 2010, and in 2016, installing 274MWp of solar capacity in the Philippines, making Conergy the market leader in the country for solar energy services. This is in addition to the first and largest utility-scale commercial solar plant built by Conergy in San Carlos City.
The future for Conergy is certainly looking bright.