An increasing number of people choose to design their PV system so it can be used even when the grid power has gone – as a back-up, so to speak. But there are markets where off-grid PV is not the back-up solution, but it is the primary source of power. There are numerous examples ranging from holiday homes and house boats in the south of Europe, to remote farmhouses, and rural regions in Africa and Asia where people don’t always have grid access. To this end, our webinar partner Solis has introduced its latest off-grid inverter which kicks into life at a mere 500 V input voltage.
El nuevo inversor de 60kW para red trifásica de 208-240 VCA del fabricante chino Solis será analizado en un Webinar de pv magazine, en el cual se analizará cómo este tipo de aparato puede adaptarse a las características de muchos mercados fotovoltaicos latinoamericanos, con un enfoque particular en México, Colombia y Argentina.
Battery storage is much talked about in the solar industry. But when is a battery an economically sensible addition to a solar rooftop? Together with this webinar’s initiative partner Solis, we will discuss residential storage opportunities across various European markets. There will be insights and lessons learned from mature residential solar markets such as the UK, but we will also look ahead and see what some newer markets such as Belgium, Poland, and Sweden hold in terms of residential storage deployment opportunities.
In this pv magazine Webinar, produced in partnership with Ginlong Solis, we’ll take a closer look at the Solis-HVES inverter series, and its secure smart home solution.
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