EDGE Academy Now Easier, More Customizable | SolarEdge
Close mobile menu

New EDGE Academy Launches: Visit Today

All Articles

Josh Taub

SolarEdge Editor

April 17, 2022 Comments ()
facebook icontwitter iconlinkedin icon
All Articles

New EDGE Academy Launches: Visit Today

It Just Got Easier to Become a Smart Energy Expert Online

SolarEdge’s online learning platform, EDGE Academy, is offering a fresh user experience with more up-to-date certification training and tutorials to help you work efficiently and move faster in the field.

What’s New at EDGE Academy

Whether you’re interested in SolarEdge home or C&I solutions, it is now even easier to increase your knowlEDGE:

  • Consolidate training specific to your needs via customizable profiles
  • Deepen your expertise with updated, comprehensive courses & videos
  • Navigate more easily through improved, user-friendly design
  • Track progress with your own personalized dashboard

Now, that’s smart! Visit the new and improved EDGE Academy today and discover why it’s easier than ever to become a SolarEdge smart energy expert.

Visit EDGE Academy

See How It’s Done, First

Or you can watch this quick video on navigating EDGE Academy before getting started:

 

Power On,
SolarEdge

EDGE Academy

Add new comment

This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

Comments

Similar Articles

VIDEO: Is One Better? NMC vs. LFP Battery Chemistry
Josh Taub | May 01, 2022
SolarEdge Emphasizes the Value of a “Reputable” Brand on Facebook Live After watching the clip below, you may realize you have been overthinking the differences between NMC (nickel, manganese, and cobalt) and LFP (lithium, iron, phosphate) battery chemistry options. According to SolarEdge Sales Education Manager, Michelle Spina, the most vital factor when choosing energy storage is brand reputation. {"preview_thumbnail":"/sites/default/files/styles/video_embed_wysiwyg_preview/public/video_thumbnails/Mw1qWvdZbyY.jpg?itok=79MH4L6P","video_url":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mw1qWvdZbyY","settings":{"responsive":1,"width":"854","height":"480","autoplay":0},"settings_summary":["Embedded Video (Responsive)."]} During a recent Facebook Live event hosted by Solar Joe on the Solar Objections Facebook Group, Michelle explains that NMC and LFP protocols offer similar benefits—they are both well-tested, safe, and come with comparable warranties. Therefore, when making your final decision, the “tiniest” difference in your battery’s cathode coating should not be the focus. Instead, Michelle suggests looking at “which manufacturer is experienced, has that background, has quality products, and has the support you need.” Did you know? Unlike other brands, SolarEdge batteries allow for unlimited power cycles – users can charge and discharge as much as they want without affecting warranty. For now, SolarEdge has chosen NMC for its battery chemistry protocol, which is mainly due to a longer track record than LFP, as well as a strong history with EVs (Electric Vehicles) and large-scale commercial projects. That said, “there may be a time where we are both NMC and LFP,” Spina adds. “Being able to have readily available products and resources is the challenge in batteries right now... and we want to give that availability to our customers.” Watch the Facebook Live clip to learn more about NMC vs. LFP battery chemistry. Or learn more about our SolarEdge home battery. Power On, SolarEdge  
Read more