Devondale launches its first renewables hub

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  Posted by: electime      20th February 2023

Electrical wholesaler Devondale is delighted to have launched the company’s first renewables hub at its Glastonbury branch.

The new hub provides a range of solar panels, mounting kits, grid hybrid inverters, battery storage solutions and accessories from leading brands, including Solax and K2 Systems, that are suitable for installation on domestic and commercial properties. A renewables specialist is available to assist customers with designing solutions and provide product training.

In addition to increasing the size of the branch by installing the hub, Devondale’s Glastonbury depot has established a new trade counter, employed additional staff members, and invested in a vehicle to deliver its renewables product range to customers throughout the South West.

The branch is also holding a fun darts competition once a month, giving customers the chance to win prizes, and will be introducing ‘Pie Friday’. These types of events allow the Glastonbury team to interact with customers and build relationships.

Samm Patey, Branch Manager at Devondale in Glastonbury, commented:

“As homeowners, businesses and developers have become more environmentally conscious, the demand for sustainable and low-carbon solutions has increased. We are therefore continually updating and developing the range of products we supply to ensure we are meeting our customers’ requirements and providing them with choice.

“The hub is something brand new for Devondale and shows how committed the company is to supplying cutting-edge products that minimise the effect on the environment and allow for the harnessing of renewable energy. Although located at our Glastonbury branch, we can supply our renewables product range to trade customers, and those completing projects in their own homes, who are located across the region.”

Devondale is part of the Independent Builders Merchant Group, which includes Grant & Stone and RGB Building Supplies. The renewables hub is based at Devondale’s Glastonbury branch, which is located on Adlam Central Park.