An EMS to control and monitor installations more efficiently, three new solar panels, a telecontroller that can be controlled via LTE and a mobile tester to calibrate EV charging stations. These are our top products of the week:
The telecontroller WebRTU from EES makes it possible to use remote control technology via the LTE wireless standard.
Solcast, a global solar forecasting company, has released a new PV performance tool, which is designed make it easy for solar owners to quickly check if their installation is working correctly.
Citel’s new combined surge and lightning arrester is reliable and easy to connect as well as maintain.
Scanifly is adding Europe-based weather data to provide customers hyper-local shading analysis and design functionality.
UK energy data company EnAppSys is continuing its expansion into mainland Europe with the opening of a new office in the Netherlands – in preparation for a European product roll out of its specialist energy sector data platform that provides analysis and insight services.
Service provider and wholesaler Baywa r.e. has teamed up with asset intelligence company PowerHub, to develop a new intelligent cloud-based platform.
PV projects from 750 kilowatt upwards will be managed from A to Z under the supervision of Adler Solar.
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