From June 4-6, 2014, Munich became the center of the solar industry. 44,000 visitors flocked to Intersolar Europe to learn more about the latest solar innovations. Follow us through 3 days of Intersolar and experience the show through the eyes of SMA. Didn’t get to make the trip over? Don’t worry, we captured the most important moments and our personal highlights for you on video.
Our 5 Highlights
1. The SMA Fuel Save Controller wins the Intersolar Award in the “Photovoltaics” category and follows the Sunny Boy Smart Energy which was recognized with the award in the same category last year. Congratulations to the team of Volker Wachenfeld and Johannes Weide.
2. Another crowd puller was the Integrated Storage System with the Sunny Boy Smart Energy. The first wall-mounted, mass-produced PV inverter with an integrated battery was the main attraction. Check back with our blog in the next days for another video on this inverter.
3. The new SMA Utility Power System was unveiled to kick the trade show off. The unveiling was acknowledged with applause and great interest. Check out the video to find out more about the most powerful inverter we have ever produced.
4. The 3rd German blogger meeting was held successfully. The energy blogger community was not only present at the trade show with a booth of their own for the first time, they also spent an entire afternoon discussing current trends and planning upcoming activities. The members will organize the Barcamp Renewables this year and have laid the foundation for the successful continuation in a series of workshops during the blogger meeting.
5. Last but not least, the many interesting discussions and conversation were a highlight. We were able to welcome customers and interested people from all over the world on our 800 m² booth. The customer events in the evenings were a great opportunity for exchange ideas and experiences.
Thank you to everybody who visited us. See you next year.
Brand Communication & Social Media at SMA.
Energy Bloggers, photovoltaics, energy transition worldwide.
What even my colleagues do not know about me:
I cheated during the test for my first swimming badge. Because I was scared of diving I poured water over my head and told the examiner that I had actually dove to the ground. It worked.
Jannis has worked for SMA until July 2014