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In this pv magazine Webinar, new off-grid solar products from Morningstar will be announced, with key developments to its foundational products in its GenStar MPPT DC charging platform. And, new SureSine inverters, featuring six models, from 150-2500W, engineered following years of demand from customers, with industrial-grade build quality and wireless apps for a new, complete solution.

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New off-grid launch: DC/AC inverters and high-end DC charging system

Off-grid solar in 2022 is a viable strategy for, industrial users (including telecom and oil & gas), rural electrification and development, and residential setups. The latest technology provides even more options for integrators, installers, and system designers who are looking for both capable and feature-rich options in terms of both inverters and DC solar controllers to go with their storage solutions.

In this pv magazine Webinar, new off-grid solar products from Morningstar will be announced, with key developments to its foundational products in its GenStar MPPT DC charging platform. And, new SureSine inverters, featuring six models, from 150-2500W, engineered following years of demand from customers, with industrial-grade build quality and wireless apps for a new, complete solution.

In addition, we’ll hear more about Morningstar’s experience in the solar industry ranging from global industrial customers along with residential off-grid users spread across many regions, including major rural electrification projects.

In this pv magazine Webinar, a trio of Morningstar engineers and experts will be on hand to launch the new products. Bill Mellema, director, product development, Brad Berwald, Senior product manager, and Jim McGrath, director, sales, will each present details of Morningstar’s operations and product features.

pv magazine Webinar content:

  • A look at solar off-grid developments
  • Morningstar’s launch of its new SureSine inverters and its GenStar MPPT DC charging platform
  • Technical details and discussion, including details for installers, integrators, and system designers, from industrial to residential off-grid applications
  • Q&A

Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Tristan Rayner, Editor at pv magazine, will be the moderator of this webinar.

Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.

Speakers

Bill Mellema | Product Development Director, Morningstar

Bill joined Morningstar in 2000 as a design engineer in the new product development group. His career trajectory at Morningstar spans product design, support services, management, and strategy. Prior roles include oversight of the engineering team and technical support operations. He is a member of the Board of Directors and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from University of Maryland College Park.

Jim McGrath | Sales Director, Morningstar

Morningstar’s global sales lead; formerly Vice President of Sales with Stion Corporation and Sunwize Technologies where he gained his solar industry experience and familiarity with thin-film solar modules, inverters and balance of system components for grid-tied and off-grid systems. Previously employed by Motorola for 20 years which included authority over business development, product management and marketing operations in Japan, China, and the U.S. He has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and an MBA from Illinois Institute of Technology.

Brad Berwald | Senior Product Manager, Morningstar

Two decades of technical sales experience in the RE power electronics; expertise in Global Account Management, Technical Marketing & Training, as well as product development. Brad holds a BSEE and a Marketing-focused MBA from Alfred University. He serves on the Board of Directors and his contributions have assisted Morningstar Corporation in becoming the world’s leader in solar charge controllers and inverters.

Moderators

Tristan Rayner | Editor, pv magazine

After studying Electrical Engineering, Tristan Rayner turned his attention to editorial roles. Prior to joining pv magazine in 2020, he was managing editor of Australian sports site The Roar, founding editor of tech site Techly, and contributed to publications including Android Authority, AFP, ZDNet, and Lost At E Minor, among other roles.

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