Leveraging their specialized expertise, the companies will share their best knowledge and solutions in adjacent fields to enhance the efficiency of solar power plants and their infrastructure. “The rapid development of solar energy and energy infrastructure in our country and region has raised the quality requirements for all points along the value chain, whether newly established or existing,” says Hayk Shekyan, founding director of Shtigen Group, emphasizing the need for such collaborations to meet these increasing demands.
Tigran Grigoryan, director of “Electrosevkavmontag” underscores the innovative and technically sophisticated nature of the solar energy sector at every stage of the process. “While beneficiaries may not perceive the complexity or need for specialized knowledge, we as specialists often encounter unprofessional approaches in the design and construction of transformer substations, which play a crucial role in the overall electric power infrastructure,” says Grigoryan.
Experts highlight that such shortcomings in the sector have had an impact on the ranking and international competitiveness of Armenian companies.
“In order to address these challenges, we have extended a hand of cooperation to a company known for its professionalism in the field and its adherence to renowned professional traditions. Through joint efforts, we aim to establish high standards and competitive benchmarks for energy sector projects,” says Hayk Shekyan.
Shtigen Group and “Electrosevkavmontag” will offer customers comprehensive solutions through their “from sun to wire” mechanism, ensuring a seamless and efficient approach to solar energy projects.