Lately, almost everything that comes to me on LinkedIn is about photovoltaic installations. I understand that it is a matter of the type of contacts that I have, of the algorithms that this social network uses and that, certainly, the sector is booming.
Also that we have no measure for things and we start to do what is sold the most, so as not to miss the money train, to bite our part of the cake before someone else arrives and eats it, without worrying if there are better solutions to each case in particular: I install, I get the money and I leave.
I found the installation that you can see in the photo a few weeks ago, just finished in an incredible natural area, but I will not say where or by whom. Someone who wanted to be renewable and made a mess of the field, who wanted to be friendly with the environment and cut down a forest of trees.
And the solution was a few meters away, above the huge and luxurious house that he had to energize.
It is time for us to putt the batteries and report these things. There are extraordinary BIPV solutions on the market. Let’s be honest and spend a little more time proposing other options to customers, especially those who do not know.
It is already enough to sell anything unnecessary, get the money and run out.