The endless lists of components and options have been considered, system designs and mock-ups created and everything ordered—modules, racking, inverters, and the list goes on and on. But what happens when something goes wrong or didn’t come out as planned? While most companies might believe that once a deal is done there is nothing left they can do for you, we think otherwise.
Hawaii’s concerns with its exceedingly high levels of distributed power generation are nothing short of well-documented. As a result, Hawaii’s solar market came, according to some local installers, to a screeching halt and people from across our industry quickly began searching for solutions to get solar installs back on track.
Guests are invited to visit SMA America’s headquarters and testing facilities on a regular basis, but rarely do we have the opportunity to speak with someone with the credentials and understanding of energy issues like Emir Macari, Ph.D.
For Birdsong Peanuts and peanut farmers near Colquit, Georgia, the sun feeds more than just the nearby peanut crops, it powers the office lights, the cleaning, shelling and sorting machines, the blanchers and even the sizing shakers. It turns out that in southwestern Georgia, there isn’t much the sun can’t do.