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Switzerland

Solar Market Outlook in Switzerland

Switzerland is one of the fastest growing energy markets in the world. The year 2020 marked a 30% growth rate in the country’s solar market. This growth was backed by the deployment of more than 430 MW of new solar power systems (versus 330 MW of solar deployments in 2019).

The Swiss Ministry of Energy has lofty goals for the country’s solar energy market, too. Based on its “Energy Strategy 2050”, they are targeting 37.5 GW of solar PV installations by 2050.

While some markets have suffered a decline during the pandemic, it seems to have a reverse effect in the Swiss solar energy market. It seems as though the pandemic has given customers in the residential and industrial segment to push through with their renewable energy projects, which includes solar PV installations. It also signaled higher availability of capital to invest on solar projects due to limited spending.

Despite the impressive growth, the proponents of the solar energy programs in Switzerland report that the current numbers are not enough to achieve its climate target.

Solar Energy Equipment Supply Capacity in Switzerland

Switzerland is home to some of the top manufacturers and suppliers of solar energy equipment in the world. This proves advantageous to the residential and industrial consumers of solar energy supplies as they have access to high-performance solar panels, components, and parts from top brands. 

Top 8 Major Seaports & Logistics in Switzerland

There are several major seaports in Switzerland providing a gateway for logistics companies to transport imported goods and various products in and out of the country. The following are the major seaports in Switzerland:

  • Bern
  • Basel
  • Geneva
  • Zurich
  • Moehlin
  • Montlingen
  • Rothenburg
  • Lugano

These seaports provide convenient access for transporting and handling solar power equipment and supplies to and from Switzerland.

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Wholesale Solar Inverters for sale

Besides solar panels, there are other components like solar inverters that are critical for both consumers and businesses. Particularly, if you are a solar installer, adding solar inverters to your inventory will help your business grow since users need this equipment to maximize and regulate the solar energy of their solar system. 

Solar power inverters have a crucial role to play in a solar system as they convert the electricity of solar panels to make them usable for running various appliances, lighting, and other electronics at homes or businesses.

Before buying solar inverters and supplying them in your local area, you need to be aware of all the functionalities of solar inverters, and the different types of inverters available. Thereafter, you can compare solar quotes on our site with various inverter types.

Why Inverter for PV Systems?

When the solar photovoltaic (PV) systems collect the sunlight, electrons inside the solar cells are activated, which then produce direct current (DC) energy. Then circuits within the cells capture that energy for use at households and offices. 

This is where your business can make its mark by supplying solar inverters to users. Most homes and offices use alternating current (AC) energy, not DC, so the energy that their solar panels generate is not useful in itself.  

Solar inverters convert the direct current (DC) output of panels to the alternating current (AC) on which most residential and commercial appliances run. In short, the inverters work as the mediums between the solar panels and the residential and commercial buildings’ electrical setup. Without the inverter, the power generated by the solar system is kind of useless. 

In simple words, the whole process is when solar panels capture sunlight and converts it into energy, which is sent to the inverter, which turns the DC energy into AC energy. After the energy conversion, solar electricity can power all the appliances and electronics. If the solar panels produce more electricity than required, it goes back into the grid.

Types of Solar Inverters

There are mainly three types of solar inverters — string inverters, micro-inverters, and power optimizers. All these inverters have a different system. However, they have the same function, which is collecting DC power from batteries and convert into AC, though with different levels of efficiency. As a solar installer, you can guide your customers, which type of inverter is suitable for their home or office. Here are the details on each type of inverter:

String Inverters 

String inverters are standard centralized inverters. Usually, a majority of small solar systems use string inverters or “centralized” inverters. In a solar PV system that comes with a string inverter, all the solar panels are connected together into “strings.” 

When the panels generate energy, it all goes to a single inverter, which is generally placed in a residential building, in a garage, or in the basement. The inverter will convert all the electricity from solar panels into AC electricity to power a property.

String inverters are the most economical among other options and are a proven inverter technology. These inverters are also the easiest to maintain as they are easy to access. 

If a solar system uses a string inverter, it will produce limited electricity. It means using string inverters with a solar system can create a bottleneck when it comes to producing electricity. In fact, overall production of electricity may go down drastically even just one or two panels are in the shade or do not operate properly.

Power Optimizers

Power optimizers work as an option to pair with a string inverter. This type of inverters is considered a compromise between string inverters and microinverters. Just in the case of microinverters, power optimizers are placed on the roof next to individual solar panels. However, systems that have power optimizers still send energy to a centralized inverter.

Power optimizers do not convert the DC electricity into AC electricity at the solar panel site. Rather, they prepare or condition the DC electricity by fixing the electricity voltage, and at that certain point, the electricity is sent to the string inverter. A system that pairs power optimizers with a string inverter is considered more efficient than that uses a stand-alone string inverter.

Similar to microinverters, power optimizers are capable of improving the efficiency of a solar panel system, and they are cheaper less than microinverters. Power optimizers also provide the benefit of monitoring the performance of individual solar panels. The systems with power optimizers can still generate sufficient electricity even if one or two panels are not functioning or underperforming.

Microinverters

Microinverters are high-performance inverters for complex solar systems. Typically, microinverters are “distributed” inverters. Solar PV systems with microinverters have a small inverter installed for each individual solar panel. 

Instead of sending energy from every panel to a single inverter, microinverters convert the DC energy to AC energy on the roof itself.

Microinverters are located on the roof near the solar panels, due to which these inverters are more efficient than string inverters when it comes to converting energy. Solar systems with microinverters can still generate electricity, even if one or two panels do not perform properly. 

Microinverters also enable to monitor of the performance of specific solar panels, which makes it easier to identify solar production issues if they crop up. 

The cost of microinverters is significantly higher than string inverters and can be more challenging to maintain or repair if any problem occurs because they are located on the roof.

Why Buy Wholesale Solar Inverters from Us?

We, at SolarFeeds, have brought together nearly all the popular solar inverter wholesalers, who offer a large number of inverters at much cheaper pricing compared to the retail market.

We are a multiple wholesale vendor e-commerce marketplaces, and our main objective is to connect solar installers with manufacturers/suppliers. Our online marketplace particularly focuses on providing a platform to individuals, Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs), and Large Enterprises.

By using our online platform and buying wholesale solar inverters, you can: 

  • Diversify and expand your solar business
  • Enhance your business’ credibility by offering popular brands of inverters
  • Earn higher profit margin
  • Stay ahead of your competitors.

SolarFeeds brings you thousands of products, including solar inverters, batteries, solar panels, and other major categories at wholesale pricing. 

If you want to buy wholesale solar inverters in a low price range, then check out the online marketplace to explore a wide range of quality inverters. You can also send us your query at info@solarfeeds.com

Manufacturers

In the simplest terms, manufacturing is the process of producing actual goods or items/products through the use of raw materials, human labour, use of machinery, tools and other processes such as chemical formulation. This process usually starts with product designing and raw material selection, turning them into an actual product output. 

Solar Products Manufacturers and Factories

In terms of solar, manufacturing encompasses the fabrication or production of materials across the solar market chain. The most common product being manufactured by solar companies are the solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, which are made with several subcomponents such as solar wafers, cells, glass, back sheets, and frames. Before a solar panel comes into life, it will undergo a lot of processes, from designing, modelling, choosing what raw materials to use and then assembling them all to make the final product.

More Than Just Solar Panels

Aside from the solar panels, solar companies have many other manufactured products that are required to make solar energy systems work smoothly, like solar inverters, batteries, combiner boxes, and racking and tracking structures.

Having a solar manufacturing sector makes a big difference in supplying affordable solar energy in different areas. Aside from maintaining the rising domestic and global demand for cleaner and renewable energy, they also help the economy grow, particularly the solar industry. If you are in search of a reliable solar manufacturing company, checking out our solar outsourcing company, SolarFeeds, would help you get easy access to reliable information, news, data and a list of solar manufacturers that can help you with solar products.

Switzerland

Solar Market Outlook in Switzerland

Switzerland is one of the fastest growing energy markets in the world. The year 2020 marked a 30% growth rate in the country’s solar market. This growth was backed by the deployment of more than 430 MW of new solar power systems (versus 330 MW of solar deployments in 2019).

The Swiss Ministry of Energy has lofty goals for the country’s solar energy market, too. Based on its “Energy Strategy 2050”, they are targeting 37.5 GW of solar PV installations by 2050.

While some markets have suffered a decline during the pandemic, it seems to have a reverse effect in the Swiss solar energy market. It seems as though the pandemic has given customers in the residential and industrial segment to push through with their renewable energy projects, which includes solar PV installations. It also signaled higher availability of capital to invest on solar projects due to limited spending.

Despite the impressive growth, the proponents of the solar energy programs in Switzerland report that the current numbers are not enough to achieve its climate target.

Solar Energy Equipment Supply Capacity in Switzerland

Switzerland is home to some of the top manufacturers and suppliers of solar energy equipment in the world. This proves advantageous to the residential and industrial consumers of solar energy supplies as they have access to high-performance solar panels, components, and parts from top brands. 

Top 8 Major Seaports & Logistics in Switzerland

There are several major seaports in Switzerland providing a gateway for logistics companies to transport imported goods and various products in and out of the country. The following are the major seaports in Switzerland:

  • Bern
  • Basel
  • Geneva
  • Zurich
  • Moehlin
  • Montlingen
  • Rothenburg
  • Lugano

These seaports provide convenient access for transporting and handling solar power equipment and supplies to and from Switzerland.