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Inter­view with photovoltaik

Interview with photovoltaik

At Inter­so­lar Europe in Munich, the pho­to­voltaik edi­to­r­i­al team vis­it­ed us as part of the “PV Guid­ed Tours” to ask us some ques­tions about the advan­tages of our microin­vert­ers over con­ven­tion­al sys­tems. We have briefly sum­ma­rized the most impor­tant take­outs for you. You can see the whole video below.

What makes the Solarnative micro-inverter so special?

Our micro-invert­er con­verts the direct cur­rent into alter­nat­ing cur­rent on the spot so that it can be fed into the grid. Because each solar mod­ule has its own micro-invert­er installed, each mod­ule is oper­at­ed at its opti­mum, even in the event of par­tial shading.

What advantages does the Solarnative system offer over string inverters?

Our goal is to make life as easy as pos­si­ble for the installer. The mod­u­lar plug & play sys­tem is easy to plan, no data cables need to be laid, map­ping is auto­mat­ic — and much more.

The end cus­tomer can use their entire roof area and com­bine all align­ments, result­ing in high­er sys­tem per­for­mance and ener­gy yield.

Learn more in the pho­to­voltaik inter­view with our CEO Julian Mattheis!

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Is Europe ready for a shift to micro-inverters for residential rooftop installations?

In the cur­rent issue of PES Solar/PV you’ll learn more about the advan­tages of micro-invert­ers com­pared to string invert­ers — from high­er ener­gy yield to max­i­mum safe­ty — explained in sim­ple terms. Read the full arti­cle here!

Solarnative wins Best Pitch contest at Infineon Startup Night 2022

At the Infi­neon Start­up Night on Novem­ber 9th, 2022 in Munich, Solar­na­tive won the Best Pitch com­pe­ti­tion in which 5 star­tups from Infineon’s Co-Inno­­va­­tion Pro­gram pre­sent­ed their tech inno­va­tions to an audi­ence of more than 650 peo­ple who elect­ed the win­ner in a live vote.

Total success: First test charging of an e‑vehicle with our wallbox

On Sep­tem­ber 28th, 2022 we rent­ed an e‑vehicle for a very spe­cial occa­sion: the first test charge with our self-devel­oped wall­box. A com­plete suc­cess: Our EV Stick not only works, but the vehi­cle could also be charged with the max­i­mum per­mis­si­ble pow­er of 22 kW.

Building Opening: All Set for our Future Production Site in Hofheim

On July 22, doors opened at the mul­ti­mi­ni Hofheim am Taunus, the all-new indus­tri­al park where we will be set­ting up our pro­duc­tion site in the upcom­ing months. Like all ten­ants, our founder Julian Matthe­is was hand­ed a sym­bol­i­cal “Key to Suc­cess” by Hofheim’s May­or, Chris­t­ian Vogt.

Solarnative’s Power Stick Featured in German Magazine photovoltaik

In the 3‑page arti­cle pub­lished in the cur­rent issue of pho­to­voltaik, the indus­try experts focus on the lat­est inno­va­tions in the micro-invert­er mar­ket pre­sent­ed at Inter­so­lar Europe 2022, includ­ing our Pow­er Stick – the small­est micro-invert­er in the world – and its unique technology.

Solarnative’s Chief Developer Interviewed by Dutch Solar Magazine

Henk Old­enkamp, inven­tor of the world’s first microin­vert­er and Chief Devel­op­er at Solar­na­tive, tells us all about the tech­ni­cal and com­mer­cial build­out of the ground­break­ing “Pow­er Stick” in his inter­view with the Dutch Solar Mag­a­zine. Read the Eng­lish trans­la­tion here…

Out now: Presentation Video from Intersolar Europe 2022

At the Inter­so­lar Europe 2022, a pre­sen­ta­tion video was also shown at Solarnative’s booth. A dynam­ic visu­al lan­guage reflects the verve with which Solar­na­tive will place the unique micro-invert­er on the mar­ket. It’s all in a stick — It’s all in this clip.