Under this certification, Arc-Tech is now able to offer full installation and maintenance subcontractor services in the delivery of EV wall connector charging points as well as the Tesla Powerwall.
The Tesla Powerwall is a rechargeable lithium-ion battery stationary home energy storage product which, according to the clean energy giants, can help reduce carbon emissions and tackle fuel poverty.
Tesla is now the most popular EV choice for drivers in the UK as well as being the pre-eminent supplier of renewable solutions for the commercial and housebuilding sectors.
The relationship with Tesla is seen as a key addition to the Arc-Tech’s M&E and renewable services capabilities in servicing the commercial, industrial, care, education, and housebuilding sectors.
John Gallacher, managing director at Arc-Tech, said: “Scotland is to become a ‘net zero’ economy by 2045 and steps towards this ambitious target are already being taken across the country.
“Consumers are becoming more and more environmentally conscious whilst in business and namely for Arc-Tech in the construction industry, reducing the carbon footprint of developments is now a top priority across every stage of the build process.
“To have been appointed as an official Telsa Certified Installer – the quintessential brand in renewable innovation – is a great privilege for our business as it will help elevate our level of service to support our client’s low carbon aspirations both now and in the years ahead.”
Image: Tesla Powerwall (Credit: 50Five/Tesla)
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