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How installers can meet surging consumer demand for holistic home solar, storage and EV charging systems

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Consumers are turning to residential renewables in significant numbers, driven by a desire to be environmentally conscious and a wave of high power prices.

But turning green requires easy-to-use and, above all, safe technologies that meet expectations. Huawei is committed to building efficient, safe, reliable and grid-supporting smart PV plants that also provide smart services to consumers, and its Residential Solution has been tailored to meet consumer demand.

This webinar will demonstrate the full suite of technologies offered within the Huawei Residential Solution, including a smart energy controller, smart AC charger, and AI-powered energy storage solution, and detail how it can place power back in the consumer’s hands.

In the use of energy systems, there are two important characteristics Huawei has focused on; safety and efficiency. For the energy controller, Huawei provides a built-in Arc Fault Protection device (AFCI) with multiple MPPT trackers and a battery-ready interface. In relation to its energy storage solution, Huawei’s lithium iron phosphate (LFP) battery, the LUNA2000, is unique in coming with a built-in energy optimiser to enhance the charging and discharging performance of each battery module, help improve usable energy up to 10%.

Huawei’s AI-powered internal short circuit diagnosis can also identify and raise the alarm over any fault within 10 seconds, bolstering the system’s safety profile.

For EVs, Huawei also provides a green power charging system which can maximise the use of generation from a rooftop solar installation, while optimisers help solve rooftop solar shading issues.

A rapid shut down function which can achieve 0V quick voltage shutdown protects consumer homes.






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  • Guest speaker
    Thomas Herold Technical Director @ Huawei

    Thomas joined Huawei in the summer of 2019. Thomas is an electrical engineer and Master Professional of Technical Management, with more than 10 years of experience in the PV industry. As Technical Director in the areas of Product Management and Service, he focuses primarily on PV solutions for residential and commercial installations.

  • Team member
    Liam Stoker Editor in chief @ Solar Media

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