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See all your system data at a glance
It’s easy to transfer your PV system data from the Sunny Portal to Sunny Places. After that, you can see key information and how the system is working at a glance. For example, the home page shows your system’s current performance, how much energy you have already produced, your self-consumption level, the weather forecast for your site or your green contribution in the form of CO2 savings.
Assume operational control from Sunny Portal with two clicks
Clear, simple layout, presentation and functions
Key system data summarized on one page for easy viewing
Search for and view other systems
Sunny Places tells you what your system is producing, but you can also search for other systems—either in your neighborhood or anywhere in the world. The Sunny Places search function lets you find, filter and sort PV systems according to individual features, such as the system name, location or size.
Display of released system profiles and user profiles
Map also available in satellite view
Display of current weather condition
Easily compare yield data
Sunny Places makes it easy for you to select other systems and compare them with yours. The display of the specific yield even lets you compare PV systems of various sizes for a selected time frame.
Call up past yield data by day, week, month, year or total
View graphs that compare systems for selected time frames
View specific yield for objective comparison
Share system comparison with the community
Share knowledge with the community
Sunny Places offers many options for connecting with other system operators. You can post and comment on entries, “like” entries or follow interesting community members. Everyone can find tips and tricks here for optimizing their PV systems.
Quick and effective exchange of information with system owners and experts
Social networking functions in the Community Feed: write, comment, like, follow
Benefit from other people’s experience