Innasol partners with Mercedes-Benz Energy for energy storage drive

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Mercedes-Benz Energy is launching its storage product in the UK | Credit: Mercedes-Benz Energy
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Mercedes-Benz Energy is launching its storage product in the UK | Credit: Mercedes-Benz Energy

Renewables firm named as official installer and service partner for Mercedes' energy storage units across the UK

Renewable energy technology installer Innasol has teamed up with Mercedes-Benz Energy to become one of the brand's official installers for its new energy storage technology. Innasol is now one of three...

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