Deciding to put up a PV installation signifies a rethink. Charge your car by yourself – by a simple socket or a wallbox at your home.
The new version of Polysun primarily promises improved performance.
The costs for solar batteries go further down – good news! Unfortunately in some regions the supply is still limited. But all the young markets grow – throughout Europe.
The solar inverters of the Plenticore plus, Piko IQ and Piko 10 to Piko 20 series are now compatible with the performance optimisers from Maxim Integrated.
In some countries gardening is the national pastime, in England even at midnight! Done during the daylight you can use solar energy for irrigation pumps, lawn mower or electric tools.
A device for faster single-phase EV charging, a software for planning complex projects more easily, a high-voltage storage system and a three-phase inverter with free monitoring. These are our top products of the week:
If you want to save on electricity costs – with or without PV – you should first eliminate devices and appliances that use too much of it. These include standby devices, incandescent light bulbs and water heaters.
With the opti.node software, node.energy has developed a solution that helps project planners to plan complex decentralised energy concepts.
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