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Solar-Log® has announced the official release of the Solar-Log Base, solar plant energy manager. It is only fitting that this superior solar plant management device would be unveiled in the U.S. during Smart Energy week. Solar professionals can see the Solar-Log Base at booth L42 at Solar Power International 2019.
Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables and Solar-Log™, one of the leading companies in PV Monitoring, Smart Energy and Feed-in Management will cooperate in several European countries which are key markets for both companies – among others Italy, France, Germany, Spain and Netherlands.
A new generation of solar plant monitoring hardware was unveiled by Solar-Log® this week at Intersolar in Munich – the Solar-Log Base. When combined with the new Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ 4.0, which is coming later this year, these products will mean easier and more powerful solar monitoring and energy management. The Solar-Log Base provides a faster and more intuitive user experience, greater flexibility, and reliable control over self-produced energy. This is the biggest and most-advanced product release from the global market leader since the launch of Solar-Log WEB Enerest™.
Solare Datensysteme GmbH, manufacturer of Solar-Log® monitoring and energy management solutions, has announced the upcoming release of the all new Solar-Log Base and Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ 4.0. This is the biggest product release from the global market leader since the launch of Solar-Log WEB Enerest™. Enerest™ 4.0 will reinvent the solar monitoring experience for solar installers and solar plant owners. A faster and more intuitive user experience with greater flexibility and more efficient control - professional solar energy management at its best.
Solar-Log Base and Solar-Log WEB Enerest™ 4.0 will be unveiled at Intersolar Europe 2019.
Solar Data Systems, Inc., Solar-Log® USA, is the newest member of the California Solar + Storage Association (CALSSA). The industry trailblazers announced this new connection at the NABCEP Continuing Education Conference in San Diego, CA. Joining this elite organization further advances Solar-Log’s ambition to educate the market as to the advantages of solar plus storage and the importance of protecting the investment.
As part of their mission to protect their customer’s PV investment, Solar Data Systems, Inc. is rolling out the latest service in the line of Solar-Log’s top performance monitoring and energy management solutions. Solar-Log WEB-4U means that Solar-Log® professionals pro-actively monitor solar plant performance from one central command unit. Dedicated experts receive, analyze and remedy plant configuration & performance errors as quickly as possible, alleviating time-consuming tasks from O&M providers.
Solar technology provider Solar-Energie Andresen GmbH (sea) installed two rooftop solar PV plants at Waagen-Wulff GmbH in Flensburg. Each plant is equipped with a Solar-Log™ PM Box 2000 to guarantee compliance with the feed-in limits specified by the regional energy supplier. Depending on requirements, the two-stage system, consisting of the Solar-Log 2000 PM+ and a PAV,E guardian, regulates the power input of one of the two plants. This ensures that the electricity being fed in to the grid does not exceed the maximum amount allowed by the energy supplier. The system is being used in this form for the first time in Germany.
Growth in the U.S. solar PV market is expected to remain flat in 2018, however solar installations could reach 2 million by year end (1.9 million currently). Even with sideways growth, the solar PV monitoring sector of the industry went through some major changes in 2018. Big brands consolidated, multiple new software offerings emerged, and energy management, including solar-plus-storage, became a headliner.