Solar Information Centre Opened in SuvaRitesh Singh
Vision Energy Solutions (VES), a division of Vision Investments Limited, has opened a renewable energy customer consultation centre and showroom in Suva. There is now a central location where Fijians can come to ask questions about how to improve their current energy situations and learn about the latest technologies in green energy. The company is providing this community service because they strongly believe everyone deserves access to safe, reliable, and affordable modern energy.
Our solar team often receives requests for energy advice from confused and frustrated grid-tied and off-grid home and business owners. Additionally, village leaders and overseas investors have reached out to us seeking partnership opportunities to construct community energy generation projects. It became clear there is a big need for a renewable energy information hub where Fijians can gather to ask questions, receive expert energy consultation, and obtain the information they need to make wise investment decisions.
At the newly opened VES Customer Consultation Centre, visitors will have the opportunity to get on-site custom expert advice about their specific situation. Energy technicians will be available to answer questions, evaluate needs, make recommendations, and schedule site visits, if needed. In addition, a fully functional hybrid grid-tied solar system powered by Victron Energy components will be on display for hands-on education. The center will be fully stocked with product literature, price lists, and details about their easy, low-interest financing options for visitors to peruse and take. If a customer is ready to make an investment, orders can also be placed at the center.
We urge consumers, “Always seek out expert advice from a certified and experienced electrician or solar engineer to determine the optimal system design and components for your unique situation prior to making an investment. Attempting to install incompatible components or a poorly designed, there could be significant risks and challenges, not to mention wasted money.”