Clean energy interactive: Solarwatt’s VR factory tour, installer-friendly app

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Nothing brings an exhibition stand to life like interactive displays. Solarwatt take us inside their glass-glass solar module factory with a stunning – if slightly disorienting – virtual reality tour. 

We also get to see a new 'training and explaining' app for installers of the company's modular battery energy storage systems. 

We also talk about how to show customers the key benefits and features of battery systems, from explaining exactly what they can do and being clear abut what they cannot do, as well as the best ways to install them safely and to communicate key messages to customers along the way. 

Forgive us the slightly noisy sound quality – it was a busy show!

Presented at Solar & Storage Live, Birmingham, UK, September 2019. Many thanks to Solarwatt & to Terrapin Events. Videography by Fergus March.

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