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Fronius Solar Energy expands its global network by opening the first branch office in Hungary.

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Fronius Solar Energy, the quality leader on the global solar energy market, opened a Hungarian branch office on 1st June 2017. The addition of an office near Budapest has seen the international network of the Austrian solar technology specialist grow once again. Customers in Hungary can now look forward to a faster and more reliable technical support service.

“We have already been selling our solar technology to customers in Hungary since 2010. Today we operate a large sales and service partner network in Hungary, and are one of the market leaders in the photovoltaics sector,” says Verena Huber, area sales manager at Fronius. To provide Hungarian customers with even more targeted support, Fronius opened its new premises in Tatabánya, some 70 kilometres from Budapest, on 1st June. Fronius is a global innovation leader in the development of technologies to harness solar energy and this year celebrates 25 years of Fronius Solar Energy. “Fronius Hungary is the 20th branch office of our Business Unit,” adds a delighted Martin Hackl, head of the Business Unit Solar Energy at Fronius International GmbH. “This represents another significant step in our internationalisation strategy.”

Business | News published on 21 / 07 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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