SolarEdge Technologies, a global leader in smart energy technology, announced today a series of initiatives, including virtual and in-person training workshops, set to help California PV installers to drive sales in the run-up to and following the introduction of NEM 3.0 – the removal of Net Energy Metering (NEM) beginning April 14th. The next in-person workshop will take place in Long Beach, CA at Intersolar North America and Energy Storage North America 2023 conference on February 14th and 15th.

Developer to reduce its carbon footprint and energy costs for tenants

Tesla 50Hz will design, construct, and operate 40 MWp industrialrooftop PVs across 250,000 m2 of industrial buildings nationwide

PV systems feature advanced safety capabilities and power efficiency thanks to SolarEdge DC-optimized technology

SA Power Networks is the first Australian electricity distribution network to set Dynamic Export requirements in the State Government’s new plan to stabilize the grid with sophisticated and remote cloud control

SolarEdge is the first vendor to develop and certify a native Dynamic Export compliant system without the need of additional hardware
System owners benefit from export of up to six times more energy back into the grid for most of the year

Koenig & Bauer assumes responsibility for more climate protection

Focus on energy autonomy and an improved eco-balance using electricity from the company’s own green sources
First photovoltaic array at the Würzburg location with an annual yield of around 200,000 kWh
Further PV and solar thermal installations to be commissioned shortly

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