TESY presented Modeco Cloud and the new ErP regulations in Malta

On 3rd March 2018 in Floriana, Malta, TESY presented the latest innovations and solutions in front of 350 people from the government, partners, professionals, etc.

Special guest of the event was the Prime Minister of Malta, Mr. Joseph Muscat and Dr. Jose’ A Herrera, Minister for sustainable development, the environment and climate change.

During the event, TESY representatives explained the latest regulations in terms of energy efficiency and what the benefits on the environment are. Following the topic of ErP and latest innovative solutions that ensure lower energy consumption and the idea that the customer should take an informed decision when making a purchase, TESY presented its next-generation of electric water heaters meeting the highest expectations for energy efficient appliances of the European markets – Modeco Cloud series.

The visitors had the chance to try the tesyCloud mobile application that gives the opportunity the Modeco Cloud electric water heater to be controlled via Internet anywhere all over the world.

The Modeco Cloud series products of 80 and 100 liters are in the highest energy class of electric water heaters – B.
Another interesting topic for the professionals` audience was the presentation of the combined and indirectly heated storage tanks, the benefits that the heat pumps have and their future development.
The leading positions and reputation that the brand has on the market is earned both by the quality of the products and the good business partnership that TESY has with its local representative. After 20 years of cooperation, TESY have over 80% of market share in Malta for electrical water heaters. “We understand that we need to play an active role in helping people lower their consumption rate, not because of bills, but as an active player in initiatives aimed at respecting our environment” said Kenneth Pullicino, Managing Director of the local official distributor of TESY.

TESY presented Modeco Cloud and the new ErP regulations in Malta