Archives from Months February, 2015

A Beach Paradise—Not Only for PV Systems

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It’s still winter. This is the time of year that many people head south to bask in the sun. Here’s our vacation tip: Travessia Beach Lodge on the Mozambique coast in Africa offers not only amazing place to relax, but also a sustainable one, nestled in on a beach among dunes and palm trees.

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Exclusive trainings for SMA ADVANCE installers in the UK

SMA Advance Installer Training-UK

4 training modules + 1 assessment = 70 SMA ADVANCE installers.

The math looks easy enough, but the concept behind SMA ADVANCE in the United Kingdom is really quite sophisticated. The idea is to have highly qualified installers as our partners, trained by the SMA Solar Academy and certified via a real assessment. This goes far beyond generic customer retention schemes.

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Technical Documentation and Updates in February 2015

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The purpose of this blog entry is to keep you informed about the latest updates and new publications for SMA devices released by the technical documentation team. This information will be made available regulary. 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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A Word in Spanish: New webinar Industrial Hybrid Energy Systems in English and Spanish

Cesar-Villalta

A German Solar Academy trainer holding a presentation in Spanish for installers that are tuned in from Chile, Peru and other places around the world? Welcome to the Global Solar Academy! César Villalta, Solar Academy trainer in Germany (in the middle), holds our new webinar on Industrial Hybrid Energy Systems, both in English and in his mother language Spanish.

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Photovoltaic Diesel Hybrid System in Bolivia Supplies Energy to Remote Region

Worlds largest PV Diesel Hybrid System in Cobija Bolivia

The Pando region in the north of Bolivia is extremely remote and sparsely populated. Since a utility grid here is out of the question, the region is supplied with power from a diesel power plant. Until December 2014, just 65 percent of the population had access to electricity. Thanks to a photovoltaic diesel hybrid power plant located in Pando’s capital, Cobija, the region is now on course to having its own sustainable energy supply by eliminating its dependency on fossil fuels and increasing its electrification rate to 80 percent. By expanding its power plant to include solar energy, the local electric utility company will save around 1.9 million liters of diesel fuel each year.

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New Features of Sunny Places Online Portal

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The Sunny Places online portal now offers a number of new features. For example, those who are interested and don’t have their own photovoltaic system can learn in simple steps how to simulate a PV system as well as compare and estimate its energy yield data.

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Technical Documentation and Updates in January 2015

TechDokusUpdates_January_en

The purpose of this blog entry is to keep you informed about the latest updates and new publications for SMA devices released by the technical documentation team. This information will be made available regulary. 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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