The agreement requires Daalderop to “use all reasonable commercial and technical endeavours” to hit the 30,000 target with sales expected to be mainly concentrated in the Netherlands and Belgium.
Daalderop will have the right to produce, develop, manufacture, promote and market for commercial sale a range of its wall-mounted CombiVolt boilers, which incorporate the Genlec micro-CHP unit.
Energetix Group chief executive Adrian Hutchings said: “We are proud to have signed the first major commercial agreement for our Genlec micro-CHP product.
“We strategically targeted the Netherlands as an initial market due to the track record of the Dutch people’s rapid adoption of new environmentally friendly products. We are delighted to have partnered with Daalderop, a fast-moving innovative company, well placed to deliver Genlec-enabled micro-CHP products in Holland, Belgium and beyond.”
Daalderop chief executive Bart Romeijin said: “We are delighted that we have signed a commercial agreement with Energetix Genlec, after nearly two years of successful development and testing of this innovative micro-CHP product.
“We are confident that with Genlec as our partner we can deliver a world-leading micro-CHP product at the lowest cost point of any such products, while fulfilling our government’s desire to promote microgeneration amongst our households.
“We believe that with this innovation we continue achieving our mission to develop sustainable products that deliver in-house comfort”
At the moment Energetix Genlec is collaborating with five companies on a non-exclusive basis including Daalderop, E.ON and Stiebel Eltron. The other companies have not been named for confidentiality reasons.