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E-acumulatori doubled its sales in 2022 due to prosumer demand

1 February 2023
General Interest
Bogdan Tudorache, a platform that sells renewable energy solutions and a photovoltaic system installation company authorized by the Environmental Fund Authority, recorded in 2022 the best results in the 10 years since its establishment, on the background of the explosion of demand, following the hike of the energy price. The company ended the year with a sales figure of over 60 million lei, more than double the level of 26 million lei recorded in 2021, and a profit of 8 million lei. The share of photovoltaic systems reached 60% of sales.

“There is a great interest from physical customers, who have a weight of 50% of the total installations, including here also those who have accessed the Casa Verde Photovoltaic program,” company officials say.

“Photovoltaic systems are an optimal solution for Romanians who live in residential or isolated areas and, lately, more and more owners’ associations are interested in implementation. For a small house, the investment starts from 3,600 euros and it is amortized in an interval of three years, at the current electricity prices,” says Dan Tudose, the founder of

E-accumulatori offers financial facilities to support those who want to install renewable energy systems, credit to individuals for a period of up to 120 months and for companies, there is also the possibility of financing in a leasing system of 60 equal installments and with a 5% advance for a value of up to one million lei.

“According to the international situation, we had to adapt to the new market conditions with major challenges. The biggest problems were with the suppliers, due to the interruptions in the supply chain in the context of the war in Ukraine, and we had to find different options all the time, other brands, other suppliers. We increased the team and resorted to external collaborators, as sales increased approximately three times. In the context of rising energy prices, the solutions we offer create energy independence,” says Dan Tudose.

For 2023, the entrepreneur estimates a 30% increase in turnover, on the background of keeping demand at a high level, but also as an effect of inflation. Among the objectives set for the year that has just begun is the expansion of the product portfolio with new systems with increased energy efficiency, as well as the diversification of distribution channels.

The estimates are also optimistic for the coming years, because the interest in the purchase of photovoltaic systems is increasing, and the financing programs with European funds for the production of green energy are getting closer to implementation. For example, through the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), more than 700 projects, with a value exceeding one billion euros, were submitted for financing through Component 6, most of the projects requesting financing for the installation of photovoltaic panels.

In the same direction, Romania aims, through the Integrated National Plan in the field of Energy and Climate Change (PNIESC) for the period 2021-2030, to reach a net installed capacity of 5.1 GWh of solar panel installations by the end of this decade.

“Romania has a solar energy capacity of 71.4 W/inhabitant and ranks 21 out of 28 in Europe, according to a EuObserv’ER study, carried out in 2019. At the opposite pole, Germany had the highest installed capacity of The European Union, namely 590 W/inhabitant. In second and third places, at a considerable distance, are the Netherlands and Belgium, with approximately 400 W/inhabitant. At the same time, the European Commission’s 2019 Report on the situation of photovoltaic energy in Europe, not even does not mention Romania among the analyzed countries. However, we are in a competition with European countries on the common market. In this sense, Romania must benefit from programs to encourage investment in renewable energy, especially since the national programs face uncertainties in the way of funding and delays,” says Dan Tudose.

Autor: Bogdan Tudorache

Active in the economic and business press for the past 26 years, Bogdan graduated Law and then attended intensive courses in Economics and Business English. He went up to the position of editor-in-chief since 2006 and has provided management and editorial policy for numerous economic publications dedicated especially to the community of foreign investors in Romania. From 2003 to 2013 he was active mainly in the financial-banking sector. He started freelancing for Energynomics in 2013, notable for his advanced knowledge of markets, business communities and a mature editorial style, both in Romanian and English.

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