ENcome and Salzburg AG announce cooperation in the field of technical operations management


ENcome is pleased to announce a partnership with Salzburg AG. Salzburg AG is a regional energy provider and one of the largest companies in the federal state of Salzburg. With a clear focus on renewable energies, Salzburg AG is actively driving the energy transition and is committed to a sustainable energy future. In the course of this, Salzburg AG plans to expand its PV portfolio and install around 250 PV plants throughout Austria by 2027.

ENcome has many years of experience in the technical management of solar plants and offers a comprehensive range of renewable energy services. The company is known for its high quality, efficient processes and innovative solutions. ENcome already partially monitors and optimises Salzburg AG's existing PV plants and will also provide support for the construction of the new plants.  

"We are proud to partner with Salzburg AG and look forward to contributing our extensive expertise in the technical management of solar plants," says Jörg Christiansen, CEO of ENcome "Together we will ensure that Salzburg AG's PV portfolio is operated efficiently and reliably to ensure maximum yields and long-term success."  

The cooperation between ENcome and Salzburg AG is another step towards a sustainable energy industry and demonstrates the commitment of both companies to the expansion of renewable energy in Austria.  

About ENcome  

ENcome is a leading independent service provider for the technical operation of photovoltaic plants as well as engineering and consulting services. In the operation of the solar plants we manage, the focus is on maximising short-term availability, production output and long-term value creation.  

About Salzburg AG  

Salzburg AG is a Green Tech Company whose products and services make life easier for the people of Salzburg. Due to its unique portfolio, the company can offer digitalised solutions in all areas of life. The Group is also a full-service provider in the areas of e-mobility and photovoltaics.