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S4E has replied to the appeal for solidarity by Synergie Solaire with a donation to support solidarity projects

“Our charity dinner did not take place in 2020 and the donations from this evening will not be replaced. We have launched an EXCEPTIONAL APPEAL FOR SOLAR SOLIDARITY to help us reply to the needs in access to energy that the crisis has exacerbated.

In the wake of this pandemic we are faced with an unheard of social and economic crisis which is getting greater. The violence of the consequences that we meet in Europe is multiplied for the families and entrepreneurs in the South, making our actions urgent.

We are calling on SME as well as big companies to play the game ‘in spite of’ or ‘because of’ the cancellation of our traditional networking end of year meeting  which has always been a major financial source for the projects. It is time to join the Renewable energies community by making a tax exempt donation to support education, health and the relaunch of economic activities (often for survival) in countries which were already in a precarious situation, well before the health crisis. Our community must remain active in pragmatic and concrete actions.

This statement by solidarity entrepreneurs is supported by GreenUnivers and on our social networks from the beginning of November, as a manifesto, and repeatedly published until the end of the year.

 

# To donate on line :  https://www.synergiesolaire.org/fr/donner-en-ligne/?project=9261

# To contact :

Diane Lacaille – Partnership manager  – 06 62 06 52 54 – dlacaille@synergiesolaire.org

Priska Sarraméa – General Delegate – 06 60 77 84 81 – psarramea@synergiesolaire.org

 

About S4E

Founded in 2010 S4E is a software editor, specialised in energy information systems. PVSOFT supervises today more than 5000 installations which diversify the energy mix over the land, with more than 650 MWc of renewable energy projects. This solution is dedicated to supervise and maintain decentralised grid connected production arrays on roofs or on the ground, in selfconsumption and with or without energy storage.