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Solar-Log®, the global market leader in residential and commercial monitoring*, will be presenting the most advanced solar monitoring and management solution at Intersolar North America - the NEW Solar-Log WEB Enerest™.
We are in the heat of solar conference and trade show season, being fortunate enough to have been traveling the country, talking to installers and distributors from Oregon to New York and from Georgia to Minnesota.
2016 was full of great moments and successes for Solar-Log® customers and partners. Here is a selection of this year’s most remarkable Solar-Log® moments.
Bethel, CT, November 1, 2016: Solar Data Systems, Inc., manufacturer of Solar-Log®, announced that Anthony Conklin has been appointed President of the North American Headquarters, effective immediately.
Solare Datensysteme GmbH recently ran a case study that focused on yield losses which result from component failures and the financial impact of these losses.
Non-profit organization, Real Food Farm, is a part of Civic Works with a mission to provide access to fresh produce to communities in the Baltimore area. Real Food Farm teaches students the skills needed for a future career in agriculture.
Canada-based solar wholesale distributor and EPC, Frankensolar Americas Inc., is working with the Solar Income Fund to deploy solar PV plants on 25 elementary and secondary schools owned by Canada’s Greater Essex District County School Board.
This motto brings together Solare Datensysteme GmbH (SDS), manufacturer of the Solar-Log™ energy management system, and Solarzentrum Stuttgart. This cooperation allows PV module errors to be detected in a continuous process, thoroughly analyzed and reliably resolved.
Visualizing data from photovoltaic (PV) solar plants via an app has been a standard for some time now. However, there is more to visualization than just offering basic graphics and images.