PowerFlex, a subsidiary of EDF Renewables North America, has expanded its offerings to provide customers with a product suite that now includes onsite solar, in addition to its existing offerings. Enabling this expansion is EnterSolar, another EDF subsidiary, with its 15-year expertise in corporate solar solutions. The latest expansion follows in-line with EDF Renewables’s commitment to bringing affordable, clean energy solutions to its clients.
“As the demand for flexible clean energy solutions grows, it is a natural evolution to consolidate the skills and talents we have on our team. Our expertise now spans from software development to project construction and operations,” says Raphael Declercq, Executive Vice President, EDF Renewables Distributed Solutions.
The consolidation of a full suite of Corporate and Industrial (C&I) energy solutions under a single brand allows customers to purchase standalone products or bundled packages that help cut down on energy costs while reducing their carbon footprint. PowerFlex’s proprietary software even provides on-site renewable infrastructure that grows to match client needs over time.
As of writing this article, Powerflex has a combined track record that includes 400+ MW of commercial solar installed; 40+ MWh of onsite storage in operation, construction or contracted; more than 6,000 smart EV charging stations installed; and several microgrids contracted for installation this year.
“We laid out our vision for integrated distributed energy in 2015, when EDF Renewables started to expand into distributed solar,” says Declercq. “Our offerings were broadened to commercial and industrial customers with the acquisition of EnterSolar, and now we are uniquely positioned to offer our customers a one-stop-shop solution for all their onsite clean energy needs.”