About the company

Type
Company

Members type
innovator

Headquarters
1950 Sion, Switzerland

Company size
50

Founders
Roland Studer

Founded
1987

SDG's

  • Affordable and clean energy

Social

Documents

Website
studer-innotec.com

Alliance member

Studer Innotec SA


Studer Innotec is the specialist of OFFGRID solutions. We power remote areas with sustainable energy.

Studer Innotec, founded in 1987 by Roland Studer, is an ISO certified company that develops and manufactures autonomous energy solutions for remote area: inverters, hybrid inverter/chargers and MPPT solar charge controllers entirely in Switzerland. Studer Innotec is a Swiss company, working in line with the Swiss culture of innovation, quality and reliability. Our team is fully committed to these values, which are also our promises. And only the one who makes a promise can keep it. Therefore our products are developed, manufactured and tested in our facility in Sion, in the middle of the Alps. Our inverters, inverter/chargers and MPPT solar charge controllers are all made in Switzerland. In fact, the Swiss quality require full control of the development and the manufacturing process until the final testing of every single product before dispatching. This is what brings the product reliability that we are known for, and proud of. Experience and sustainability Studer Innotec has, like its products, a long life time, being founded more than 30 years ago with a commitment to manufacture power conversion products for the off-grid market. Today, there are hundreds of thousands of Studer products in operation all around the world. Their users can rely not only on the products but also on our reliable presence and after sales support over time. Studer Innotec is a family company which ensures that our products will meet and exceed the needs of the sustainable markets of tomorrow.

Company Studer Innotec SA
Offer

Energy Access Solutions

Offer Energy Access Solutions

Description
Studer energy access solutions: Contributing towards a sustainable energy for all

Today the global electrification rate is around 85%, with central and southern Africa lagging behind at 37%. Out of roughly 1 billion people living without electricity, 600 millions are in Africa. Solar home systems, hybrid systems and mini-grids are powerful solutions for improving this figure, especially for rural distributed electrification in isolated areas. At least 30 million people in developing countries have gained energy access through solar home systems.

Available in
Worldwide

Categories of application
Affordable and clean energy

Sector of application
Clean energy production, Energy distribution & management

Status
Implemented