The Worcester-based Green Lighting, which has been supplying lighting, safety alarms and electrical accessories to house builders for more than 20 years has announced a supply partnership with the global inverter manufacturer Sunsynk.
Anthony Ottway, Managing Director of Green Lighting, said: “We have a great opportunity to offer an established product with market leading technology to the new house builder market. We have an excellent partner that shares our values and customer focus, we are delighted.”
The product range has been modified to meet the challenges of the new build market, ensuring that the transition to battery storage isn’t compromised by expensive specialist installers and can be installed by existing site electricians.
“We will offer full product training to all electrical contractors to make the specification and route to market of these products as seamless as possible and business as usual,” he added
Green Lighting has supplied directly to the new build market for more than two decades with lighting, alarms, electrical accessories, and EV chargers through specification. This exclusive deal to supply the new build market with up to 40k units per annum is a timely one. The introduction of the new energy price cap means that the demand for battery storage is proving larger than previously planned and expected.
Green Lighting has worked closely with clients to ensure that forecasted stock is ring fenced. The same will apply to “Grid Buddy” Inverters and battery storage as they go into production.