Every once in a while we are presenting our suppliers and partners on our blog. Today: one of the world’s leading specialists in the field of inverters and storage solutions – Sungrow. Since 23 years, the green tech company stands up for a clean future and recently hit the 100 GW milestone – a true success within the industry as well as for Sungrow. In 2012, we included the high quality products from the Chinese manufacturer and now already look back on seven successful years together. (more…)
Renewable energies in Spain, especially with regards to the solar market are booming. This became clear during the visit to Genera Solar 2020, Spain’s largest energy and environmental fair in Madrid. IBC SOLAR also participated and presented the wide range of its services and product portfolio, from modules and mounting systems to inverters. However, this year’s highlight was the launch of the Spanish PV Manager version. (more…)
The Dutch subsidiary of IBC SOLAR, IBC SOLAR B.V., starts the new year with a change in management. After a total of 15 years, Peter Meijers hands over the helm to Harold Salden, who joined IBC SOLAR B.V. in 2011. (more…)
The young generation lead the way and are sending out a statement – they are committed to climate protection and want to prevent climate change and its effects. But also within the rest of the population, the green movement is growing and people are willing to make a step towards renewable energy, like using photovoltaic. This also makes the media listen up.
IBC SOLAR founder and CEO Udo Möhrstedt visited ZDF presenter Ralph Szepanski in Frankfurt and answered questions on the TV programme “The Business Debate” (welt.de) regarding “Using photovoltaics in a clean future”. Here, our CEO explains why a PV system pays off both in the commercial and residential sectors, how an energy management system works and what needs to happen in order to achieve our climate goals. Click here for the video .(more…)
The module markets are starting to move again with the end of the minimum import price (MIP) for Chinese solar modules and under the impact of the current trade conflicts. For installers, this means: On the one hand, they can take a chance on the low prices. On the other hand, they have to take a particularly closer look at the product’s origin and guarantees. We have compiled 7 tips for solar installers for the purchasing of future-proof modules from a trustworthy source. (more…)