S4E, a software editor specialised in energy information systems, announces its participation in the Intersolar trade fair and more precisely, EM Power Europe, on 11, 12 and 13 May in Munich, at the exhibition centre.
The French software editor has become a renowned player on the French market with its Energysoft monitoring software.
Recognised as the leader by the major players in the French solar industry, it covers more than 13% of the monitoring market in France with more than 9,000 sites under monitoring, or 1.8 GWp.
For several months now, the French company has been expanding its activity on the European market and even internationally by winning several contracts in Spain, Portugal or South Africa. The company, which is growing exponentially, is responding to opportunities and needs expressed by these foreign renewable energies developers.
S4E is sought after for its numerous features and its competitve pricing by the German, Italian, Moroccan and Brazilian markets. S4E assures its customers the reactivity of its technical and commercial teams to guarantee customer satisfaction.
Intersolar, and more particularly EM Power Europe, a major trade fair that brings together all the players in the photovoltaic market, is the best opportunity for S4E to consolidate its international development and to meet the major players in the sector.
Come and meet us at INTERSOLAR – EM POWER EUROPE in Munich on Wednesday 11, Thursday 12 and Friday 13 May from 9am to 6pm on our booth B.5339 in hall B5. Our sales, marketing and technical teams will be present to present our Energysoft software and to answer your needs.
Founded in 2010, S4E is a software editor, specialised in energy information systems. ENERGYSOFT currently monitors more than 9000 installations allowing the diversification of the energy mix in the territories, nearly 1,8 GWp of renewable energy projects – the equivalent of 2000 users. This solution is dedicated to the monitoring and maintenance of decentralised production plants on roofs or on the ground connected to the grid, in self-consumption with or without energy storage.