WE LOVE SOLAR
For this reason, business and private customers, municipal and public utilities, suppliers, service providers and banks have trusted us since 2003 when it comes to realising photovoltaic projects professionally and reliably. As a subsidiary of Pfalzwerke Aktiengesellschaft, the largest energy supplier in south-west Germany, we have a strong parent company behind us which, with more than 100 years of experience and know-how in the field of electricity, develops innovative energy concepts. We are proud to be a part of the Pfalzwerke Group and of everything associated with it: tradition, security and economically sustainable action. Together we push forward the energy transition – today, tomorrow and in the future.
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“WE LOVE SOLAR!
BECAUSE WE CAN IMPORVE
THE PEOPLE’S QUALITY OF LIFE
WITH SOLAR POWER.“
ALL OUR ACTIVITIES
ARE MAINLY FOCUSED ON THREE CENTRAL VALUES:
We see our customers as people who share our convictions and invest in the future. We support them in the best possible way.
With the economic security and stability of an energy supplier. Because we are a company of the Pfalzwerke Group.
With solutions that fit your individual needs.
With a personal and excellent service.
We assume responsibility for long-term customer relationships based on partnership. This is why we provide our services transparently and reliably
We develop our projects sustainably and future-proof. This means: From the very first start of a project, we keep an eye on its long-term operation time and thus on the success of our customers
We promote and demand the responsibility of our customers by actively integrating them into their energy supply.
Our competence makes a difference. Because we are never satisfied with what we have achieved and we are always looking for ways to improve our products and services. This means:
We plan and build the best PV system again and again.
This results in real innovation when we combine our high technical know-how with our experience, our best ideas and state-of-the-art technology.
In all areas: planning, construction & operation.
THERE’S A STRONG
PARENT COMPANY STANDING BEHIND US.
THE PFALZWERKE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT IS THE LARGEST ENERGY SUPPLIER IN OUR REGION – SINCE 1912.
THE PFALZWERKE GROUP.
URRED IN TRADITION
Specialised companies and strong partners are helping with this: the Pfalzwerke Group. Together, the Pfalzwerke Group offers a comprehensive portfolio of products and services for private, industrial and commercial customers, as well as for municipalities and the housing industry.
PFALZSOLAR is part of the Pfalzwerke Group, which includes Pfalzwerke Netz AG, the nationwide electricity brand 123 Energie and many other strong service providers.
Lars has an extensive expertise in the PV industry. Since 2009 he has devoted himself to management tasks in the photovoltaic sector, starting with REW Solartechnik GmbH, Düsseldorf, where he initially advanced the company’s development from 2009 as Head of Marketing and Product Management and from 2011 as Head of Marketing and Sales. Lars expanded his expertise in this area in leading positions at Aerospace Photovoltaik GmbH, DMEGC Germany GmbH and Solon S.p.A. before moving to Vaisala GmbH in June 2016, where, among other things, he took over the reorganisation of sales in Northern Europe and Africa. In August 2018, Lars became CEO of PFALZSOLAR.
Rolf Lulei started a trainee program at Dresdner Bank after studying business administration at the University of Mannheim (majoring in finance and statistics). After various positions in private banking and asset management, including at BHF-Bank, he joined the regional energy provider PFALZWERKE in Ludwigshafen in 2003. As head of department, he is responsible for financing, including asset management, payment transactions and auditing. Within the Pfalzwerke Group, he also held a secondary position as Managing Director of pfalzwind GmbH from 2010-2018. Rolf Lulei joined the PFALZSOLAR team as CEO on 1 April 2019.
PFALZSOLAR IN NUMBERS
TURNOVER in 2021
Subsidiary of the leading
in south-west Germany