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Midea is a well known company for supplying quality products to all over world. There are large variety of Heat Pumps in the product range of Midea. Midea continues to supply Heat Pumps for many other renowned companies in India as well. Midean keeps the vision to delight the customers innovatively and grow responsibly. Quality and assurance are the key Pillars of the organisation. High standard for the quality and processes are ensured for all the product offered by us which undergo mandatory 100% quality check at the production stage.


TiSUN- EDES Solar (India) Pvt. Ltd. is an equity joint venture company between TiSUN GmbH Austria and Envirodyne Energy Systems Pvt. Ltd. (EDES) from India, engaged in EPC of Solar Power Generating Systems. TiSUN is a world renowned brand in solar water heating market present in 144 countries, It has credit for numerous new developments and innovations in the solar water heating market.


Elektronische Regelungen GmbH is a German solar thermal technology company based in Hattingen. It is, according to a market survey of Sun & Wind Energy magazine (issue 2/2007), the worldwide market leader in solar thermal control technology with a market share of almost 50%. Among the products are solar thermal controllers, pump stations and a range of additional modules and accessories. 100% of the company is owned by its founder and General Manager, Mr. Rudolf Pfeil.


Thermax is a company having years of experience in heating and presence over more than 75 countries.


Hergom was founded in 1960 in Santander (Spain), and dedicated to heating products manufacturing since then, Hergóm is today one of the industry´s main companies worldwide, with five manufacturing and operating facilities in Europe and America


mY-PV is a young Austrian company and have specialized on "Hot-water with photovoltaics". Since founding in 2011 as a distributor for PV components, they have intensively dealt with innovations in storage technology. Two funded research projects in this area led to the development of the ELWA, where they use hot-water as a storage medium for solar power.