MEB Technical Sp. z o.o. belongs to the MEB Group, a group of companies operating in the international arena, incl. in Germany, Poland and Austria as a leader, precursor and trendsetter implementing global solutions on the European market in the field of renewable energy sources, energy storage and management as well as e-mobility infrastructure.
The MEB company is one of the leading companies influencing the development of new trends and directions in the area of innovative solutions on the RES market.
The company’s mission is to make pioneering and model solutions applicable throughout Poland and contribute to increasing the stability of the system and energy security of the country, while reducing emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases.
The MEB company, regardless of the type and size of the company’s activity, provides appropriate solutions by generating, storing and managing electricity. The undoubted advantage of the company is its multidimensionality and complexity- from design, through implementation, and then service. Over 13 years of experience in the industry, nearly 300 qualified specialists, as well as a group of over 20 independent experts and experts in the field of electrical engineering, energy and renewable energy, translate into pioneering and innovative projects. A unique feature of MEB is its internationality with Polish-German-Austrian ties, as well as the Western European level of quality resulting from the close connection of individual companies of the MEB Group with the headquarters in Munich.
Behind the name MEB there are two partners, Damian Koziol and Michał Bielecki, who, by implementing subsequent projects, have repeatedly proved, both to entrepreneurs and representatives of professional energy, that virtually every industrial, utility or commercial facility can be equipped with an self-sufficient energy system, including . using energy storage. The solutions used by MEB have a profound sense, not only in terms of technical, environmental and social issues, but above all in economic terms.