Independent. Intelligent. Convenient.

PV systems allow you to become more independent from rising electricity costs and to move away from conventional energy carriers. Therefore, count on the sustainable and decentralized energy supply of the future. Without sacrificing comfort or convenience. The intelligent solutions from SMA make energy consumption affordable, manageable and reliable.

Greater independence from rising electricity costs resulting in financial savings

Sustainable energy supply with solar power

Greater transparency of your energy budget

This Is How Your Photovoltaic System Works:

This Is How Your Photovoltaic System Works

PV modules produce direct current from sunlight.

SMA inverters convert the direct current into usable grid-suitable alternating current and monitor the system.

You benefit from inexpensive electricity, which makes you more independent.

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What Do You Expect
From Your PV System?

Easily Produce Your Own Energy

You want...

  • be more independent with solar power, in particular from increasing electricity prices?
  • …to produce your own clean energy easily and consume it directly?
  • …a transparent start-up investment with optimum cost/benefit ratio?

Solar System - Basic

Intelligent Energy Management

You want...

  • be more independent with solar power, in particular from increasing electricity prices?
  • use your inexpensive solar power even more efficiently and store it for later use, e.g. in the evening?
  • use a convenient and future-proof technology that can be extended individually?

Solar System - Smart

Self-Sufficient Supply Independent from the Grid

You want...

  • use your own solar power far from the utility grid?
  • …a self-sufficient, reliable and sustainable electricity supply?
  • safeguard your start-up investment long-term, without further operating costs?

Solar System - Off-Grid

Users tell about their Solar Plants

Single-Family Home | Solar System - Basic

Kai (37)

Kai is pleased with his lower electric bill, because, for over a year now, he has been generating his own electricity and even consuming most of it himself.

“I always wanted to be more independent and do my part to reduce my carbon footprint. When we decided to completely renovate our house, we also installed a photovoltaic system on our roof.”

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