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Off-Grid PV system brings power to 2,500 households and commercial properties in Afghanistan

01/31/14: 

One of the world’s biggest off-grid PV system has gone into operation in Afghanistan. The 1MW solar project brings reliable and sustainable energy to 2,500 homes, businesses and government buildings in the Bamyan province....

The SMA Fuel Save Solution successfully commissioned for the first time in APAC

12/16/13: 

For the first time the SMA Fuel Save Solution, which combines diesel gensets and photovoltaics in a hybrid system, has been realised in the APAC region. The Tongan island of Vava’u now benefits from reduced energy costs,...

Research Project HHK: Performance Increase and Cost Reduction in Megawatt-Scale PV Inverters and Medical Technology

11/28/13: 

In collaboration with partners from research and industrial sectors, SMA Solar Technology AG (SMA) has initiated a research project that focuses on the use of fast-switching semiconductor components in megawatt-scale...

SMA Delivers Inverters and Takes Over Operation & Maintenance Services of 100 megawatt PV Power Plant in Canada

11/20/13: 

The Canadian company of SMA Solar Technology AG, SMA Canada, will deliver central inverters for Canada's largest PV power plant. Upon commercial operation, and for the next decade, SMA Service will also assume operational...

TÜV Nord Certifies the Energy Management of SMA Solar Technology AG

11/14/13: 

TÜV Nord has certified the corporate energy management of SMA Solar Technology AG (SMA) according to DIN EN ISO 50001. The internationally recognised certification attests the company’s particularly efficient and sustainable...

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