Solare Datensysteme GmbH (SDS) is one of the leading companies for pv monitoring, smart energy and feed-in management. Solar-Log™ hardware and software products are used all over the world in 125 countries for monitoring PV plants, optimizing self-consumption and managing energy fed into the power grid.
Since August 2015, SDS is a subsidiary of BKW AG. BKW AG (Bern, Switzerland) is a global company for energy and infrastructure with over 7,000 employees.
With our products, we are making a significant contribution to the successful integration of renewable energy into a smart power grid. In addition, we support our customers in making an active contribution to the transition to clean energy a reality and in helping protect the environment.
Thanks to the early identification of global market needs, we are able to offer our customers innovative and customer-specific energy system solutions. Our close proximity to customers and markets and our state-of-the-art products keep us ahead of the market and ensure healthy, sustainable growth.
Solare Datensysteme GmbH is represented in more than 40 countries worldwide by branch offices, service partners, sales offices and distributors. Our service partners are located in France, Italy, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Turkey, China, USA, Australia and New Zealand, and South East Asia. We have sales offices in India and Poland. Our headquarters is in Geislingen-Binsdorf, Germany. Our development office is in Berlin, Germany.
Today, electric power generated from wind is making a significant contribution to the transition to clean energy. Due to the increasingly larger and more powerful wind turbines, the technology is consistently becoming more advanced. This leads to continued growth worldwide. Professional monitoring is also needed for the production of power from wind energy to ensure that electricity is produced without any problems.
For this reason, the company Solare Datensysteme GmbH in Berlin was founded. The company develops innovative software solutions for the professional monitoring of wind parks.
A large portion of CO2 emissions worldwide come from energy produced from the fossil fuels. CO2 emissions can only be reduced with the increased use of renewable energy. Our products and solutions actively promote the continuous production of energy from renewable sources and the direct consumption of this energy. A clean environment is essential for us! By taking a look at the building of our headquarters in Geislingen-Binsdorf, one realizes that we do not only promote the production of energy from renewable sources: The energy for the building and for our daily work comes from renewable sources.
We use the hidden energy from our ice store system to heat our building. Two heat pumps first extract energy from the water in our storage tanks and then use this energy from the phase change (between liquid water and frozen ice) so that a large ice cube forms in the storage tank at the end of the heating phase. We use this cooling potential during hot summer months to keep the building cool.