Solis showcased its well established and best-selling product portfolio at the delayed Intersolar 2021 in Munich, as well as launching new innovations for the energy storage and off grid sectors.
The highlight on the Solis booth during the event was the launch of the company’s FlexiONE, an “all in one” residential energy storage solution offering the flexibility to choose batteries from a wide range of compatible manufacturers. Specially designed and aesthetically pleasing, FlexiONE is expected to become a top performer within the Solis hybrid inverter range. Among its outstanding features and benefits are a high level of integration flexibility and a 50% reduction in system installation time, which translates into significantly reduced installation costs. The system’s ability to operate with different types of batteries makes it unique within the “all in one” product sector at this time.
The company also presented its new look, highly successful 50-70kW inverter series, the final model in the range now updated with the integration of Solis’ 5th generation technology and higher string input current. With input current of up to 16A per string and 5/6 MPPT, the series is now even more suitable for complex rooftop solar installations, as well as being perfectly compatible with high power and bifacial modules.
Commenting on the success of the company’s participation at Intersolar, Sandy Woodward, Solis’ Sales Director for Europe, said: “This has been a long-awaited opportunity for our European team to both finally re-engage face to face with existing customers and also meet potential new clients with whom we look forward to collaborating in the future.”
Solis continues to focus on its mission of “developing technology to power the world with clean energy” and, with this mindset, will drive the change to a cleaner, more environmentally aware way of life.