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  • Solar Gangnam Style

    By: Danya Golan | December 17, 2012 | Comments (0) | Tweet This
    One thing I can say about the music for this year’s video, the decision to go with Gangnam Style was easy and almost unanimous. Read more
  • Harvesting Sunshine From the Barn - a Case Study from Ontario, Canada

    By: Graciela Tiscareno-Sato | December 03, 2012 | Comments (0) | Tweet This
    "A major advantage of the SolarEdge system is this: with snow accumulation on the panels, conventional string inverter production will be significantly compromised; with the SolarEdge system, those panels not affected by snow coverage can continue at full production. This has much the same advantage as we see with microinverter systems but at a lower cost as we deploy larger systems and realize a higher energy yield. I'm looking at deploying many more systems using SolarEdge technologies for years to come." Read more
  • Reflections on Intersolar 2012

    By: Miriam Spitz Kahan | June 26, 2012 | Comments (0) | Tweet This
    What an exciting show for SolarEdge at Intersolar Europe 2012 in Munich, Germany. The months of preparation for Intersolar were busy, preparing the new product offerings, designing a booth that will accommodate all our needs, unveiling the new homepage and submitting the nomination for the Intersolar Award for Innovation in the Photovoltaic category. Read more
  • What are your plans for the holidays?

    By: Ben Smith | December 27, 2011 | Comments (0) | Tweet This
    I have been working at SolarEdge for a few months now as an electrical engineer. I noticed that at SolarEdge tight schedules and piles of responsibilities didn’t seem to come at the expense of a fun working environment, clearly generated by its employees. I understood that this environment was the real engine driving the company forward. It might be inappropriate for an engineer like myself to say, but it is the most powerful engine I know. Read more
  • The Solartaxi Pulls into SolarEdge

    By: Jenna Minchuk | November 02, 2011 | Comments (0) | Tweet This
    The team at SolarEdge got a solar treat  when Mr. Louis Palmer and his Solartaxi decided to pay us a visit at our Israel based office.  Employees got very excited as Mr. Palmer and his solar powered car pulled into the entrance of the Hod Hasharon high-tech zone. The lunchtime visit gave the team a chance to take a closer look at the eco-friendly vehicle and a few lucky ones even got to take the car for a test drive. Read more
  • Sun, Sun, Sun - Here It Comes

    By: Tal Bronfer | March 03, 2011 | Comments (0) | Tweet This
    The massive presence of exhibitors from the PV market at this year’s EcoBuild exhibition speaks volumes of the UK PV market’s newfound growth. SolarEdge brings to the UK the technology that addresses the challenges facing the segment most favored by the fresh FiT. Read more
  • The Making of the SolarEdge LipDub

    By: Danya Golan | December 23, 2010 | Comments (0) | Tweet This
    With the holiday season upon us and SolarEdge celebrating its 4th anniversary, we decided to send our partners, colleagues and friends a special greeting. Something that will represent the spirit and values of the company, and will bring big smiles to the faces of those who receive it. Read more
  • Shine On

    By: Danya Golan | December 17, 2010 | Comments (0) | Tweet This
    SolarEdge wishes its partners, customers, colleagues and friends a happy holiday season and plenty of love that comes from the sun!SHINE ON! Read more
  • I Beg to Differ

    By: Hannah Mann | October 08, 2010 | Comments (0) | Tweet This
    In 1880 Margarete Steiff founded the famous German plush toy company Steiff, which was, and still is, distinguished by its high quality products and high prices. Read more
  • An Inconvenient Truth?

    By: Shalhevet Bar-Asher | September 08, 2010 | Comments (0) | Tweet This
    An issue sparking much debate in recent years is that of climate change. On the one hand we have Al Gore and the majority of scientists saying we must do something before it’s too late, on the other hand we have the skeptics who say there is no climate change, and in between we have people saying climate change is real but not man-made, or people who are altogether indifferent. (You can read what Californians think about the matter in this recent PPIC survey.) Read more