Irvine company goes platinum with Duracell Energy partnership


GREEN Home Systems has become one of the first Duracell Energy Platinum Partners in Scotland.

This means the company can now supply and install a new range of energy products which just launched for the UK domestic market – storage batteries, inverters (which convert the electricity from solar panels) and EV chargers.

The Duracell bunny even hopped by to celebrate the partnership, soaking up the sun on Irvine beach and visiting Green Homes Systems’ headquarters.

Gordon McDill, private sales director at Green Home Systems, said: “We are extremely proud to be announced as platinum partners for Duracell Energy.

“With energy prices continuing to rise, solar panels offer homeowners the opportunity to reduce costs and their carbon footprint by making use of renewable energy. Excess power can be stored in a battery, and with more and more customers turning to solar to power their home, it’s important that we bring them the latest cutting-edge storage solutions.

“Many people across Scotland qualify for financial assistance in making their homes more energy efficient and we’re on hand to help customers navigate the funding options to find out if they qualify.”

The Dura5kWh battery, Dura-I Inverter and Duracharger EV were launched at the end of March at the Fully Charged Show in London by Puredrive Energy Ltd, an authorised Duracell licensee.

JUMPING FOR JOY: The Duracell Bunny celebrates with Duracell Energy Platinum Partner, Green Home Systems’ private sales director Gordon McDill, joined by Drew Bull from Puredrive Energy Ltd.

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