Reasons to Upgrade to a SolarEdge System:
Inverter or System Failure
If your PV system is showing signs of failure or underperformance and is out of warranty, it could be the right time to consider an upgrade. If that is the case, an accredited solar PV installer should check the entire installation for physical or other types of damage. Following the inspection, the installer should check the inverter's uptime and warranty, and use the current monitoring system (if present) to pinpoint any problems.
Expanding PV System Functionality
An upgrade to a SolarEdge inverter gives you the opportunity to expand the functionality of your PV system with any of the following elements:
- Module-level monitoring: Get full visibility into your system's technical and financial performance.
- SolarEdge Home Battery 400V: Add a battery to store excess PV energy to power your home during evenings and mornings.
- Smart energy products: Automatically divert excess solar energy to electrical devices around the home and enjoy on-the-go device control.
- EV charging inverter: Use excess solar energy to charge you electric vehicle up to 2.5 times faster than a standard EV charger through an innovative solar boost mode that utilises grid and PV charging simultaneously. By installing the EV charging inverter, you’ll benefit from the reduced hassle of installing separately a standalone EV charger and a PV inverter, as well as integration with the SolarEdge monitoring platform.
Unsure About Adding to Your Solar System?
You can add a SolarEdge energy meter as part of the upgrade to get visibility into how much energy your PV system is producing compared to your energy consumption. This will help you make an informed decision. Find out more