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Empowering the solar future on a global level

Again, we give insight into the everyday work and tasks of the my-PV team. In part 3 of our five-part series we introduce our colleague Tallal.

Tallal has been part of the my-PV sales team for over two years. Born in Saudi Arabia, studied in Pakistan and Germany – an exciting path that has led Tallal to my-PV in Upper Austria. In line with this international career, Tallal is responsible for sales and customer support in our foreign markets at my-PV. On the road a lot and always striving to promote the vision of a solar future – a diverse but also demanding task with challenges that were not known from previous markets and countries. Nevertheless, Tallal enjoys his work. He tells more about this in the video:

Solution orientation, flexibility and team spirit characterize our work. Sounds interesting? We are currently looking for motivated and interested colleagues in a number of fields. All information on open positions are on our website: As Tallal mentions in the video, he did not face any language barriers in his job. In contrast, at my-PV we consider every additional language as an opportunity.

With over fourteen nationalities, our team is international and we can already benefit from a large reservoir of different languages in the different departments.

A job in an international team sounds interesting to you? We are looking for new colleagues in three areas. More information on vacancies is available on our website:


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