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We are compatible with GoodWe

We are very pleased to present our compatibility partners with another known name. In the spirit of system openness, my-PV is now compatible with over 50 manufacturers.

GoodWe is a leading global manufacturer of PV inverters and energy storage solutions and is listed as a public company on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.

With applications in residential and commercial rooftops, industrial and utility systems, the Chinese company's inverters range from 0.7 kW to 250 kW. The listed company provides jobs for 4,000 people in 20 countries.

Reason enough to become compatible with each other here – and thus to be able to offer our customers added value. With the new partner, a separate my-PV meter for measuring the available surplus at the house connection becomes superfluous. Instead, our devices query the meter that is already connected to the GoodWe inverter.  For the customer, this means that he saves a device and can thus benefit from the compatibility with less financial effort.

Every joint implementation also offers challenges, of course, but also advantages. Which ones exactly will be explained in detail in the joint partner webinar (in German) on 20 October, starting at 16:00.

Registration is now possible under the following link.

Information regarding our upcoming webinars in English can be found here.

What other compatible partners do we have?

The list including the corresponding instructions can be found here.

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