what difference can it make? – pv international magazine

The Potential of Renewable Energy and EV Charger Integration for Residences: What Difference Can It Make?

Owning electric vehicles is driving solar adoption, and solar is also driving electric vehicle adoption. This fact has been established in some countries, such as Norway, with multiple sources showing that large proportions of EV owners are adding solar panels and storage to their homes. The same reverse effect also applies: people with solar power on their roofs maximize all the benefits of their systems, alongside some subsidies and subsidies, including using their own generation to power their transport needs and the addition of storage for self-consumption.

These virtuous circles just need the right hardware and smart software to flourish.

In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll be looking at Sungrow’s new EV charger, the latest addition to its residential portfolio in Europe as the EV market continues to grow. Andrea Polini, Senior Hybrid Product Manager and ESS Distribution at Sungrow, will present detailed scenarios and case studies on how PV storage and EVs can work together in solar-EV storage charging, examining the efficiency operational and how it compares to autonomous solar, and driving ICE cars.

The AC011E-01 EV charger, an 11kW 50/60Hz AC charger, with IP 65 protection, adds to Sungrow’s existing residential three-phase hybrid inverter and battery solutions, and can be combined for a smart system all-in-one with iSolarCloud monitoring.

pv magazine Webinar content:

  • Introduction to SunGrow
  • Presentation on the rise of the EV in the EU and Germany
  • The new AC011E-01 EV charger and its technical characteristics
  • The all-in-one three-phase solution in combination with a hybrid inverter and battery solution, EV charger and fully integrated iSolarCloud monitoring
  • Case Studies: Comparison of savings in two scenarios: charging from solar + storage + EV charger vs. grid.
  • Questions and answers

Questions can be submitted before or during the webinar via a chat window. Tristan Rayner, editor of pv magazine, will be the moderator of this webinar.

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