A mother from Upper Austria wants to use her son’s new and large PV system. Energie AG actually has a suitable product for this, but for nine months the woman was put off and put off. But that’s not the only thing that makes the customer confused and upset.
Simple, transparent and fair – that’s what Energie AG promises on its website. Because anyone who wants to can share his “solar power honestly” with whoever he wants is also there. The campaign is called E-Fairteiler and promises that you can easily share your solar power with an app. “E-Fairteiler brings together what belongs together: owners of PV systems and customers who value regionally generated solar energy,” the website promises.
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