Across the world, efforts to speed up decarbonization are driving a shift toward self-consumption in the residential market. Inverters have a key role to play, with new products requiring the inherent versatility to meet the different needs of residential PV systems. What’s more, costumers expect a wide range of energy management features to optimize their consumption, allowing them to achieve solar self-sufficiency.

With the launch of the next3, an all-in-one 3-phase battery inverter with built-in solar, Studer Innotec promises the tool to take this step towards solar autarky. In this pv magazine Spotlight, Pierre-Olivier Moix, CTO at Studer and the technical coordinator of the project’s development, will introduce the next3 and walk us through the software, monitoring, and user interface.

Fully manufactured in Switzerland, the next3 offers a compact solution for off-grid, on-grid, and hybrid installations. It incorporates 2 high voltage MPPT inputs for a 16 KW integrated solar power. Compatible with almost every 48V battery technology, users can expect maximized autonomy with the capacity to manage electrical mobility, heating and cooling, and any other consumption needs through the combination of solar and storage.

The presentation will shine a light on the unique AC flex interface, which is configurable as a second source or an extra controlled load. As a second AC source, it can combine two different AC sources with different setups, for example, grid and backup generator or two different generators. As a controllable second AC load, it can configure specific energy strategy with the second 3-phase load, like an EV charger working only with solar excess.

Join this pv magazine Spotlight for the launch of the next3 and an exclusive first look. You can submit your questions beforehand, or during the Spotlight through a chat window. Registration for our Spotlights is free of charge.

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  • Exclusive launch of the new three-phase battery inverter next3
  • In-depth description of the product features and development
  • next3’s software, monitoring, and user interface
  • Demonstration of the AC flex interface
  • Q&A
Frederike Egerer
Host | Head of Events, pv magazine
Frederike joined pv magazine in 2020 and oversees the international Events strategy. Frederike has worked with TED Conferences and Germany’s leading digital association Bitkom. She has lived, studied, and worked in Australia, Germany, Japan, and Scotland, and traveled to many more places.
Pierre-Olivier Moix
CTO & Board Member
Pierre-Olivier Moix holds a MSc in electrical engineering by the EPFL with 18+ years of professional experience in the renewable energy sector, since he started working during two years for the launch of the solar plane project, Solar Impulse. Pierre-Oliver joined then Studer as R&D engineer developing power electronics. Since 2019, Pierre-Oliver is board member and CTO at Studer. In addition, he is the co-founder of Offgrid.ch, an installation company of high-altitude offgrid installations running since 2014.
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