PGNiG Obrót Detaliczny – in cooperation with the BitPeak startup from the InnVento Startup Center – is preparing a pilot project of the LeadGen application to make it easier for clients to see the value of PV panels.
The software will collect key parameters for photovoltaic solutions, such as the location of real estate, insolation, building height, and examine air quality. The LeadGen application will be used as part of the ‘Photovoltaics for Home’ program, it said.
“Thanks to PGNiG’s offer, people interested in using photovoltaic energy will be able to count on an individual selection of a solution along with the dimensioning and assembly of the installation. Our application will allow for the resulting data analysis in an integrated formula, accessible to the end user. As a consequence, it will enable the preparation of high-quality and ‘tailor-made’ offers for customers individual ”- said Arkadiusz Sekściński, vice president for development at PGNiG.
The results of the LeadGen project, implemented by the BitPeak startup, will be implemented in cooperation with the Krakow Technology Park (KPT), which is the operator of the acceleration program financed by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development.