Energy Reborn: Live the SMA Experience at SPI

Visit our booths – outdoors at the Grand Plaza and indoors at the Smart Energy Microgrid Marketplace – and experience how SMA is leading the evolution of renewable energy with major advancements in solar technology.

The largest solar and storage trade show in North America, Solar Power International (SPI), is back this September in Anaheim, California, providing us with an amazing platform to present SMA’s latest solutions for the residential, commercial, utility, storage and O&M markets.

With so many developments to show you, we thought we would give you a sneak peek!

This year, SPI is expanding its footprint to include the Smart Energy Microgrid Marketplace as part of North America Smart Energy Week. At our Smart Energy booth located inside the Exhibit Hall (#4038), SMA will be featuring the Sunny Boy Storage-US solution, which is now available for shipping. SMA experts will also be on hand to discuss AC and DC coupled solutions for utility storage.

Additionally, SMA will host an outdoor booth on the Grand Plaza (booth #6001) to display multiple solutions for the residential, commercial, utility and O&M markets.

Visitors will have the opportunity speak with SMA experts about our newest enhancements to the Power+ residential solution including advanced AFCI functionality, compatibility with the Sunspec rapid shutdown signal, and options for integrating a revenue grade meter and cellular modem.

Amongst our highlights for the commercial market are the two new Sunny Tripower CORE1 power classes upgraded with the latest safety technologies and powered by ennexOS, the company’s award-winning platform for cross-sector energy management. The CORE1 is further enhanced when combined with the TS4-R-F retrofit module-level device which operates on the multi-vendor, industry standard Sunspec shutdown signal and provides a reliable, cost-effective solution to achieve compliance with 2017 NEC module-level rapid shutdown requirements in commercial rooftop systems.

sma-sunny-highpower-peak3-5831We will also present major advancements in SMA offerings for the utility sector as we unveil the Sunny Highpower PEAK3, an ideal solution for large-scale solar projects because of its flexibility, simplicity and performance. Those with special interest in the utility segment will also be able to participate in the SMA Utility-Scale PV & Storage Forum on Thursday, September 27, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Anaheim Hilton adjacent to the Anaheim Convention Center. Topics will include grid interconnection challenges and a discussion around centralized and modular plant architectures. Our experts will discuss storage and repowering wand present relevant case studies. Utility stakeholders can register for the forum online.

For those more concerned with the operation of a plant rather than its construction, representatives will be on hand to talk about SMA OPTIM, which delivers leading plant-wide O&M solutions. Highlighted services include aerial thermography and storage O&M.

SMA has also scheduled special events with some of our Authorized Distributors:


Learn more about the next-generation Power+ Solution and Sunny Boy Storage at booth #3430.

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Meet and greet our SMA experts as you learn more about the new and improved Power+ Solution, Sunny Boy Storage and Sunny Tripower CORE1 at booth #1838

Join us for breakfast on Tuesday, Sept. 25, 9:00 a.m. at r.e.lax lounge 210AÂ

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Learn more about our Sunny Tripower CORE1stand alone inverter in booth #1620.

Join us for a social hour on Wednesday, Sept. 26 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.


Thursday, Sept. 27 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Join us for breakfast and coffee at booth #1456 while you learn more about The New Speed of Solar and our Power+ Solution.

Visit our website for more information on the SMA Experience at SPI. Hope to see you there!

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