The World’s First Inverter That Charges an Electric Vehicle

EV CHARGER INVERTER

EV CHARGER INVERTER

We have been installing SolarEdge EV Charging Single Phase Inverter since it came out this year.

We love this EV Charging Inverter as our customers saves thousand of dollars by combining two in one; an inverter and ev charger. It reduces the hassle of installing separately a standalone EV Charger and a PV Inverter. It eliminates the additional wiring, conduit and breaker installation. It also eliminates the additional dedicated circuit breaker which saves space and helps us avoid potential main panel upgrade.

Full Visibility and Control

The SolarEdge EV charging single phase inverter supports full network connectivity and integrates seamlessly with the SolarEdge monitoring platform. Homeowners can track their charging status, control vehicle charging, and set charging schedules. Monitoring features include:

  • Smart-scheduling for use with Time of Use (TOU) rates — charge from the grid during off-peak hours

  • Track solar, EV, and grid consumption for visibility and control of household energy usage

  • Remote operation via mobile app — turn charging on and off

  • View charging duration, charge energy, and percent charge from solar

  • Easy inverter commissioning directly through your smartphone using the SetApp mobile application

Whether you own an EV now or just want to be EV-ready, future-proof your home with SolarEdge.

 

Another happy Solar savings story!

This happy Bay area Solar client went from a $350 energy bill to receiving a yearly credit when he went Solar!

Jan 6, 2014

Metin,

Thank you for thinking of us... I had intended, as promised, to write you much earlier.

I do keep a daily log of the KWH created each day, as well as the weather on that day.  Interesting.  I didn't realize that (winter) temperatures effected solar so minimally!  Also interesting is the angle of the sun and how much electricity I am still creating.  Initially, I began collecting this info just to get an accurate idea, an ability to predict, the capability of Ally's solar system to collect the 72% (of our average monthly usage) which we discussed at the time of installation.  If you recall, Ally installed two additional supports, for two 'future' solar panels. As you know our panels were installed on Sept 14th, so we are about 3 1/2 months into this experiment... and I think Ally's system is doing remarkably well. As of today, your panels have generated 1,487.8KWH. Interesting just how dramatic the daily (reading) rise or fall is in response to sun, fog, or clouds.

In response to your real question, my wife and I are thrilled with our Solar panels and the work that you and your company completed for us!

The craftsmanship of the work, the personalities of your staff, and the Ally's anxiousness to complete the work on schedule and beyond code was gratifying. I thank you wholeheartedly for your workmanship as well as the 'up-front' business-like approach Ally brings to the task.  Like any job, anywhere, there will always be a few minor 'bumps' along the way, which, to your credit, did work through . I thank you for your conscientiousness, your dedication, and your work ethic.  It was our pleasure to have worked with you and Ally.  I chose wisely!

 

Thank you again Metin, I look forward to speaking with you again in the near future.

Incidentally, I did have one potential new customer for Ally call, and "yes" I did extend a very positive recommendation!  I believe this was for some home electrical work. Hope it helped.    

  Louis Q. | Berkeley, CA