Solar-Log™ debuts at the SNEC 2017 and wins its first awards in China
Solare Datensysteme GmbH (SDS) has been active in China with its subsidiary since the end of 2016 / SDS is off to a good start in China with a successful appearance at the SNEC PV Power Expo 2017 in Shanghai where the company won two awards
SDS was distinguished by the "Asian Photovoltaic Industry Association" with the "APVIA Award" for the extensive and professional support that the Solar-Log™ team provides.
The "Gigawatt Gold Award" was presented to SDS by the SNEC PV Power Expo for the quality of Solar-Log™ in the area of PV monitoring. This quality results from the Solar-Log's immediate detection and reporting of malfunctions at PV plants. Thus energy yields can be ensured to the greatest possible extent.
Steve Cheung, General Manager of Solar-Log™ China, says, "Our activities in the Chinese PV market are extremely well received. This was demonstrated by our presentation at the SNEC PV Power Expo 2017 in Shanghai. The discussions were great and the people were enthusiastic. We were, of course, rather proud of winning the APVIA Award and the Gigawatt Gold Award. We are very honored by this recognition."
Solare Datensysteme GmbH
Solare Datensysteme GmbH (SDS), based in the German city of Geislingen-Binsdorf, is one of the leading companies in the areas of solar monitoring, smart energy and feed-in management with global service for operators and installers. Since August 2015, SDS is a subsidiary of BKW AG (Bern, Switzerland) - a global company for energy and infrastructure with more than 6000 employees.
SDS specializes in developing and distributing monitoring systems for photovoltaic plants, with core competencies that include innovative products with short development cycles and the best price-performance ratio.
SDS has developed and distributed their Solar-Log™ product range since 2007, currently available in 100 countries - monitoring approximately 263,587 plants with a total output of 11.87 GWp. SDS solutions make an important contribution to the successful integration of renewable energy into an intelligent power grid and help to make the successful transition to clean energy a reality.
More information about SDS can be found at www.solar-log.com.
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