But, a single inverter can still work well. (It may be worthwhile asking people you know in your area if they have problem with their inverters tripping or having their output reduced due to grid issues to get an idea if a three phase inverter is likely to help.)
Hi Ronald,We have been quoted by 2 different conpanies for the same price1 using 40 qcell G4 power with 10kw SolarEdge and optimizers and the other with 37 qcell g5 duo panels with 10kw solar edge inverter a d optimizers.My issue is we have 3 phase power and this inverter is single phase.Are we best off asking for a quote will 2 x 5 kw solar edge inverters that are 3 phase compatible or will the 10kw HD wave be suitable. Salesman are telling us it will be fine however they will tell you anything to get a sale. Thanks for your help
Dr. Andrew Hub...: ... might be part of [00:37:00] the reason that you're waking up. And this is why I was saying for some people they would do really well to go to bed a half hour earlier, and what they'll find is, yes, they'll still wake up really early, but that they're able to sleep through that phase when normally they would wake up. 'Cause the body's getting confused. It's like this sleepiness hormone is wearing off. You didn't go to sleep that long ago, but, you know, as far as your neuroendocrine system is concerned, it's like, \"Oh, well, there's no more melatonin and, you know...\" And so, there's a bit of a... They... I would say a bias toward wakefulness. And so, the smaller, smaller stimuli, like a, you know, a little noise outside or your partner turning over in bed or whatever it is, can wake you up. So, that the, the answer is not to take melatonin for reason, reasons did discuss. The answer might be to go bed a little bit earlier and definitely to limit fluid intake before sleep.
Sanmeet Deo: SolarEdge makes the DC optimized inverter systems for solar photovoltaic installations worldwide. I can see why this is a great Rule Breaker because it is playing off the long-term tailwind of solar energy, electric energy, and they've been hit with supply chain, chip shortage issues, an overhang for the stock. Some people think it's transient and it has upside once that's been alleviated. Those revenues have been choppy, it started to come back in the past couple of quarters, back to about 40 percent plus. They're positioned well though because the residential solar market is forecasted to grow quite well in the next few years. That's a place where they play very well. SolarEdge is also a duopoly of sorts with another company called Enphase. They have a strong foothold in this market and they have been even throughout this. They've had strong solar revenue across segments and geographies. The commercial segment has started to turn and indicates the businesses are spending after the downturn to COVID. They're in that recovery phase and I think recently too, The White House confirmed an extension of solar tariffs put in place by Trump during Trump's administration. Some of these governmental and energy credit situations also play a part in SolarEdge's business. 59ce067264