Category Archives: Stakeholder News

UKSOL and Weld-Con to partner in Kenya

UKSOL and Weld-Con to partner in Kenya

Flexi-Orb member, UKSOL Ltd (UKSOL), a solar exporting company has agreed a new partnership for work in East Africa with Weld-Con Ltd (Weld-Con) a Kenyan based firm. Weld-Con is a 35 year old Mechanical Contracting company operating throughout East and Central Africa. They operate in oil & gas, energy, mining, manufacturing and edible Oils. Now, […]

UKSOL wins order for UAE

UKSOL wins 1MW order for the UAE

Flexi-Orb member, UKSOL Ltd, has won an order to supply solar panels to the UAE. UKSOL is a British company producing high-quality monocrystalline and polycrystalline solar PV modules to emerging international solar markets in Asia, the Middle East, South America and Africa where it has established a network of distributors and solar system installers. Please see the press […]

Flexi-OrbSolar PV Standard

Consultation Announcement: Flexi-Orb Solar PV Scheme

UPDATE: Flexi-Orb (Flexible Energy Oversight Registration Body) launched a consultation on its updated Solar PV Installation Scheme and Product Standards Policy. The consultation ended on 25th March 2020. However, we welcome feedback from stakeholders through our contact us page, so that we can continue to improve our support to the industry. Solar PV Installation Scheme […]

SOLARWATT Joins Flexi-Orb

SOLARWATT, the leading German manufacturer of complete, premium photovoltaic systems, has joined oversight body Flexi-Orb. Faisal Hussain, Managing Director of Flexi-Orb, said: We welcome SOLARWATT as a registered manufacturer with Flexi-Orb. Our dealings with Neal Goddard and the team have always been very professional, and it’s great to have them on board. With their pedigree […]

Social Energy

Social Energy Joins Flexi-Orb

Energy company Social Energy has joined oversight body Flexi-Orb to provide their customers with an added layer of peace of mind. This means that consumers buying solar and battery storage via Social Energy’s network will have protection in place should they need it. Ryan Gill, Chief Executive of Social Energy, said: This is an unprecedented […]