The Enphase system in the IBC SOLAR test_part II

Fast, simple and uncomplicated. All this applies to the Enphase system. In our first article “The Enphase System in the IBC SOLAR Test_Part I“, we told you all about the basics and the components installed in our Enphase test system. Because we wanted to find out what makes the system so special and how the setup, commissioning and operation of an Enphase PV system with the new Encharge storage system works. For this purpose, an IBC SOLAR colleague’s string system was converted to an Enphase system in a test setup, including the new Encharge storage. Now, in the second part of the blog series, we tell you about our experiences with the Enphase system with a view to installation and commissioning, followed by our conclusion. (more…)

The Enphase System in the IBC SOLAR Test_Part I

“This is really easy!” – was the conclusion of an IBC SOLAR colleague when setting up our small Enphase laboratory test system. Yes, the Enphase storage systems can do a lot. However, the simplicity of the system was one of the main reasons for IBC SOLAR to add it to the portfolio at the end of April. But what actually makes the system so special and how is the setup, commissioning and operation of an Enphase PV system with the new Encharge storage system? That’s exactly what we want to look at in this two-part blog series. To start with: For the test setup, we converted one of our colleague’s string systems to an Enphase system including the new Encharge storage. But first, let’s get to the basics and the individual components: (more…)

Video review: Guided Tours at Intersolar Europe 2019

At this year’s Intersolar, we were happy to welcome again visitor groups at our booth as part of the “PV Guided Tours” presented by the online magazine PV Europe. In this context, everything was focused on our smart energy and storage solutions efa:home and era:powerbase. On this occasion we also shot a video with our experts Thomas Bartsch and Sebastian Geier presenting our highlight products in detail. Take a look!(video…)

Printing house in Germany relies on sun instead of diesel

Together with our partners Krisch Energietechnik GmbH and DHYBRID, we have installed a 95 kWp PV system on top of a production hall of the Regler printing centre in Altenstadt an der Waldnaab (Upper Palatinate). The special thing about it: The photovoltaic system relieves a diesel generator, which the printing company uses to meet its high power requirements. Thus, it creates maximum independence from the electricity supplier and lowers its high energy costs. (more…)