Archives from Months August, 2014

What is the SMA Flexible Storage System?

 

Watch the latest YouTube video on the SMA Flexible Storage System from our colleagues at SMA Australia. Application Engineer, Charles Wang gives a quick overview, live from their booth at the Clean Energy Week exhibition. 

 

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Positive Outlook for PV in Poland: New Program is going to Start soon

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Poland is probably one of the last EU countries just starting to explore PV. The hours of sunshine are very similar to Germany and with its size of 312,679 km2, and population of 38,000,000 people, the country’s potential is huge.

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Technical Documentation and Updates in August

The purpose of this blog entry is to keep you informed about the latest updates and new publications for SMA devices released each month by the technical documentation team. This information will be made available on a monthly basis. This means that you will always be kept up to date and will never miss any changes or anything new that is published.

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New Sunny Places PV Community Launched: All You Need to Know at a Glance

 

Some of you have already seen it: The registration on the new Sunny Places community portal is live now. Of course, we’re particularly interested in our web-savvy blog readers’ opinions, and in if we managed to combine easy monitoring with interactive, social functions. This is why we’re looking forward to every single one of you joining the community and are curious about how you’ll like it.

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Made in South Africa

Good news from South Africa: SMA’s inverter production in Cape Town (South Africa) has started and the first locally manufactured Sunny Central inverters have been tested and are ready to be shipped. Thorsten Ronge, General Manager of SMA Sub-Sahara Production Pty Ltd, and his team have worked hard over the last months to keep their promise of starting production before Round 4 bid-submission in the South African REIPPP programme.

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Commissioning of Large-scale PV Project Celebrated in Thailand

A large number of tourists have been aware for quite some time that sunshine is a guarantee in Thailand. This is true because the Kingdom is located in the Earth’s Sunbelt, with the most solar irradiation located in the Northeast of the country. Therefore, it is no surprise that the company Solar Power set up 36 PV systems with a total output of 288 MW in Thailand—supplied with SMA inverters. This most recent PV system, with an output of 7.46 MW, was commissioned in the province of Surin and is aptly named “Surin2.” In total, 670 Sunny Boy inverters were installed on a surface of 100 hectares and a contract on extended warranties of up to 20 years was concluded.

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