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Thanks to SMA Energy Systems Home, you can also use your self-generated solar power to heat your home – for example, using a heat pump or heating element. The SMA Energy Systems convert electricity into hot water, taking the strain off your heating system. You can run the heating or the shower without burning oil or gas. It is clean, efficient and free.
Heat with solar power – during the day and at night
When you integrate your heating, you do not merely store the electricity but convert it into hot water. You can then use it to run the heating or the shower. That way, you will consume more self-generated solar power and less oil or gas. Oil and gas also cost much more to purchase than you can receive for selling your electricity. You can therefore cut the cost of running your heating by an enormous amount, as well as consuming less oil or gas and thus helping the environment.
Up to 80% lower energy costs*
Increase self-consumption of solar power through intelligent energy management
Climate-friendly home heating — with no fossil fuels
Combine all household loads in a single system
* For implementation of all the energy system’s application
Sunny Home Manager 2.0
Intelligent energy manage
Compatible heat pumps
convert ambient heat into usable heat for which power is needed (for example, from Stiebel Eltron, Vaillant, Wolf and my-PV)
Thermal storage system
saves the heat generated by the heat pump for later use
SMA Monitoring (optional)
monitor energy flows and visualize the power of your SMA Energy System Home via the Sunny Places web portal and via a special app
Service and product availability may vary from country to country.
It is early morning and the sun is already shining. Your PV system initially supplies the heat pump with solar power so that you have enough heat and hot water.
The sun continues to shine. Throughout the entire day, solar power directly from your roof is prioritized for powering electrical appliances, such as cookers, lights and computers.
By the early afternoon, your PV system is generating more power than you need. A proportion of this surplus solar power is stored in the battery.
The rest is used for operating your heat pump. But not all the heat generated is currently required, which is why the heat is stored temporarily in a thermal storage system.
The Sunny Home Manager 2.0 will monitor all energy flows in your household and manage your household appliances to ensure that you need to buy in as little electricity as possible.
The Sunny Home Manager 2.0 creates a yield forecast on the basis of a weather forecast. The yield forecast shows how much solar power your PV system is expected to generate over different time periods.