Important News for Manufacturers Seeking UL 1741 SB Compliance

Many smart inverter and energy storage system manufacturers are incorporating the SunSpec Modbus interface into their products to achieve UL 1741 SB compliance. If your company matches this description, we have some important information to share. The SunSpec Modbus...

SunSpec Ecosystem Newsletter April 2022

96 *|MC:SUBJECT|* *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* View this email in your browser Dear SunSpec members and followers,As the Australian energy market moves towards standardizing its Distributed Energy Resources (DERs), authorities are looking to existing...

SunSpec Ecosystem Newsletter March 2022

96 *|MC:SUBJECT|* *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* View this email in your browser Dear Colleagues,For several years, the SunSpec Alliance has been examining the cybersecurity posture of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) and calculating when an investment in robust, standardized...

SunSpec Ecosystem Newsletter December 2021

While reflecting back on the year’s past, it is clear that the SunSpec Alliance is fueled by an industry of dedicated, hard working individuals and organizations. From our work groups participants, to our webinar attendees, we are consistently impressed by the level of engagement and support from our members and followers.

SunSpec Ecosystem Newsletter November 2021

On November 15th, President Biden passed a 1.2 trillion dollar infrastructure bill, signaling an unequivocal win for the renewable energy industry. With roughly $555 billion allocated to climate and clean energy projects, including tax credits for renewables, energy storage, electric vehicles and the transmission grid, we are excitedly anticipating massive growth in many of the sectors that the SunSpec Alliance is actively developing standards for.

SunSpec Ecosystem Newsletter October 2021

At the core of the SunSpec Alliance ecosystem is a steady momentum of progress driven by the dedicated efforts of our seven primary Work Groups. Consisting of representatives from SunSpec member companies, a designated Work Group leader, and a SunSpec employee, these groups meet weekly or bi-weekly to engage in the active process of standards making. As the year barrels towards a close, we’d like to acknowledge some of the major achievements of these groups and their impacts on the SunSpec ecosystem as a whole.

SunSpec Ecosystem Newsletter September 2021

Addressing new interconnection requirements–including those for advanced inverter electrical functions and corresponding data communication interfaces–is a recurring theme for SunSpec and its members. While some requirements are local, and therefore less urgent to address, at least two national markets, the U.S. and Australia, have implemented changes that have firm deadlines. Companies that meet these deadlines have the potential to reshape the market.