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Solar innovator Naked Energy partners with leading Lithuanian distributor Axioma Service

British solar design and engineering business Naked Energy today announces its latest partnership with Axioma Service, Lithuania‘s leading provider of comprehensive engineering services.

Continuing Naked Energy’s global expansion, the partnership will see its cutting-edge solar thermal technology distributed to Axioma’s clients who are future-proofing their energy needs across the Baltic state.

The distribution deal with Axioma Service is the latest in a series of global partnerships secured by Naked Energy, further strengthening the company’s foothold in Europe’s renewable energy market. The move provides the continent with greater access to Naked Energy’s innovative renewable heat products, with distribution deals already secured in Estonia, Spain and Greece.

Specialising in enhancing energy efficiency, Axioma has built a strong reputation over the past two decades for their installation and maintenance services across a number of industries including manufacturing, food and beverage, and the energy sector.

Naked Energy’s technology is set to decarbonise heat across these sectors, with their Virtu product range already enabling businesses across the world to achieve ambitious net zero targets.

Naked Energy’s Virtu collector combines solar photovoltaic (PV) and solar thermal technology to generate both electricity and heat from a single collector. Their unique modular design makes them the world’s highest energy density solar technology.

The Virtu collector, which generates solar heat, recently received the gold standard TÜV international certification. Both technologies are proving instrumental to the decarbonisation of heat and will provide Axioma’s clients with clean and efficient energy.

Energy security is a priority for Lithuania given the country’s natural gas supply is entirely imported. It was the first EU country to suspend all Russian gas imports, in response to the ongoing Russian war in Ukraine. Since then, Lithuania has accelerated its investment into solar energy and is aiming for one-third of households to generate their own electricity by 2030.

Christophe Williams, CEO and co-founder of Naked Energy, says: “We’re excited to be working with Axioma Service– they’re well established across Lithuania, and the company shares our commitment to sustainability. Axioma’s 20 years in the industry means they have unparalleled knowledge of the Lithuanian industrial sector, and our market-leading Virtu technology fits seamlessly with their existing product portfolio.

“Together, our technology will make heating systems across the country more efficient, aiding Lithuania’s transition to renewable heat.”

Gintautas Gaižauskas, Director of the Commercial Department of Axioma Service added: “In our day-to-day operations, we are constantly on the lookout for new technologies and new products that would enable our customers to be more efficient and greener. The technologies offered by Naked Energy perfectly meet these requirements and we are happy to have them in our portfolio of products and services.”