Azelio joins CALSSA


Azelio has joined CALSSA – California Solar & Storage Association, further strengthening its presence in California.

The association is the largest state renewable energy company organization with more than 550 member companies.

California is one of the largest and most successful solar markets in the world, where we also see a strong interest in our energy storage solution. By joining CALSSA we show our commitment to building a strong regional platform and becoming part of the community.”

Jonas Eklind, CEO Azelio.

We warmly welcome Azelio into CALSSA. California embraces all forms of solar energy and energy storage into our vibrant, competitive, and expanding marketplace and we are thrilled to have Azelio’s unique offerings come here.

Bernadette Del Chiaro, executive director CALSSA. 

Following the signing of three MOUs for California in the last year, Azelio continues to improve its position in that market. California is the fifth largest economy in the world and has set the target of relying entirely on zero-emission energy sources for its electricity generation by 2045.

In order to achieve its target, the government is aiming for 50 percent of its energy to be driven by renewable resources by 2025 and 60% by 2030. Energy storage can play a crucial role in this transition by having solar and wind power usable around the clock.

Specifically, long-term storage solutions, such as Azelio’s TES.POD, may contribute to the resilience and protection of power supply, especially during the critical periods of the Californian wildfires.

The California Solar & Storage Association represents a variety of companies that manufacture, design, install, finance and supply additional services to California’s growing local solar and storage industry.

The association has promoted the mutual interest of the solar and storage industry for more than 40 years, rendering California the most robust market in the U.S.

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