HaWi and SolarEdge enter into strategic sales partnership


HaWi Energietechnik has entered into a new partnership with SolarEdge Technologies in which the solar power system planning and distribution company will offer SolarEdge’s power harvesting solution to its customers.

The two companies have been in negotiations for over six months, while HaWi tested SolarEdge’s solution in comparison to traditional inverters under a range of real-life conditions.

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Hans Wimmer, HaWi CEO said, “Our company regularly encounters cases where SolarEdge can provide our customers with unprecedented value. We are excited to add the innovative SolarEdge system to our portfolio of solutions we provide to the solar market. We look forward to continuous cooperation with fruitful results.”

Guy Sella, Chairman, CEO and Founder of SolarEdge said, “We are confident the cooperation between HaWi, a prominent company in the solar market, and SolarEdge, with its unique technology, will result in benefits to both companies and to the entire solar market.”

The SolarEdge solution offers a module-embedded PowerBox for optimized module-level Maximum Power Point Tracking, as well as a simplified, highly reliable inverter, and built-in module-level monitoring. The SolarEdge inverter maintains fixed string voltage, removing string-sizing limitations.

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