The Solar Technology International team enjoyed a very productive time during our first visit to the Palma International Boatshow!
We are delighted to announce a new distributor relationship with E Touch Control Systems / IMP (Majorca) to handle sales throughout the Balearic islands and East Coast of Spain.
Jeremy Usher, Marine Sales Manager for Solar Technology International said: “Palma was a very busy show for us and there proved to be a lot of interest in our flexi solar panels, Hubi solar charger as well as solar powered Arena Lights. The latter are ideal for illuminating areas around the water’s edge, boat yards or ports without access to mains electricity as well as in the equestrian sector for stable yards and riding arenas.”
(19-Oct-16): A new solar powered floodlight is being launched to the Outdoor Events market at The Showman’s Show 2016. The SolarMate Arena Light is designed by UK-based Company Solar Technology International and provides a quick to install, instant, scalable and economical way to floodlight virtually any outdoor event location, regardless of whether there is a mains electricity supply.
(11-Oct-16) The popularity of solar power amongst motorhomers, caravanners and campervanners continues to grow and enjoyed a boost this summer thanks partly to the increased number of Brits choosing to spend their holiday on home turf as well as a boom in the number of leisure vehicle owners.
22 September 2016: Managing Director of UK based Solar Technology International Adrian Williams, advises the Glamping industry that they should look to Solar power as a ‘must have’ provision, rather than a ‘nice to have’ as renewable energy supports a swell of vacation environmentalists looking to get back to nature.
Solar Technology International Showcases Products at Spoga Horse Show 2016
Cologne, 4-6 September 2016: Solar Technology International showcases its mains-free solutions that provide lighting and power for the equestrian both in and out of the saddle, at the Spoga Horse Show 2016 (Hall 11.2 Stand number: K98)