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Across Europe, rising energy prices and the threat of short supply through the winter mean more consumers than ever are looking closely at rooftop solar. Taking control of energy supply in this way can help to reduce energy bills. Maximizing that savings potential, however, means additional uptake of batteries, and an energy management system that can maximize self-consumption of the rooftop generated power. In this pv magazine Webinar, Sungrow treats us to a closer look at its residential and commercial systems featuring hybrid inverter, battery, and EV charger.

Europe’s rooftop solar markets are growing significantly, with businesses and consumers concerned about rising energy prices, and also keen to reduce their carbon footprint.
With few markets still offering high feed in tariffs for rooftop PV, maximizing the self-consumption of rooftop generated power is the surest path to savings. And in most cases, this means adding a battery to ensure power is not only available when the sun is high in the sky. Charging an electric vehicle primarily with PV power – or “driving on sunshine” can cut energy spending even further.

In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll hear more about the energy systems from Sungrow that ensure customers get the most out of their rooftop PV installation, featuring battery, hybrid inverter and EV charger.

Saleh Alnsour, Product Manager Hybrid/Battery Distribution at Sungrow will take us through the system’s features and how they work to boost solar self-consumption, and share a few tips to optimize the systems even further. We’ll also hear how the systems can provide backup power, keeping key appliances running during a grid outage.
And all of this will be backed up by case studies from Sungrow already installed in various European markets, along with simulations illustrating how the system behaves in particular scenarios.

pv magazine Webinar content:
• Sungrow PV systems – inverter, battery and EV charger
• Maximizing self-consumption from rooftop PV
• Case studies and simulations
• Q&A

Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Mark Hutchins, editor at pv magazine, will be the moderator of this webinar.
Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.
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