The Australian arm of the German storage solutions vendor and solar battery manufacturer says a priority for Duignan in his new role at SENEC will be to continue to build and grow strong partnerships and “encourage more solar PV suppliers to take advantage of the support, training, education and technical assistance available to them from the SENEC team”.
Duignan joins SENEC having previously worked for Hanwha Q Cells Australia as managing director and sales manager at SMA Technology.
"It is rare to be able to join a company that has embraced the needs of the market and developed a premium product and service solution that is tailored based on those needs," Duignan said.
“This, combined with the backing of EnBW and the ability to offer a 20-year warranty, makes SENEC a very strong and attractive choice for the Australian residential market.
“We look forward to growing the team on the eastern seaboard with a new business development manager joining us in March.”
SENEC launched its new SENEC.Home V3 Hybrid battery in late 2019, which it says offers home owners extensive benefits including 90% solar power self-sufficiency, even in blackouts.
“The combined photovoltaic inverter and battery inverter of this model delivers savings of approximately $4,000 per installation due to its simplified installation and design aggregation,” says SENEC.