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Friday, June 2, 2023

From June 14 to 16, a trip to Munich will be even more worthwhile than usual: Intersolar Europe will once again be the most important meeting place for the solar industry.

Of course, we'll be there - with Wattster, our smart energy management system. At booth B2.370 of the ees europe sub-fair, we will show how drastically the effort is reduced by the combination of sophisticated hardware and intuitive app. With Wattster, PV integration actually only takes a little longer than a good cup of coffee - on average half an hour instead of half a day, of course safely and in compliance with standards.

We look forward to many inspiring conversations - and to seeing you again, perhaps at the EM-Power AWARD 2023 award ceremony on the eve of Intersolar! 

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About Wattando

Wattando GmbH develops solutions that enable installers to meet the high demand for PV and storage systems more efficiently than before. For this purpose, Wattando offers the energy management system "Wattster", which enables the simpler and faster integration of classic solar systems and storage units - and this for systems with a power spectrum of 1 kilowatt to 44 kilowatts. The numerous structural changes to electrical installations, juxtaposed with an ever-increasing shortage of skilled workers, are considered one of the major obstacles to a broad-based energy turnaround. Wattando was founded by Boris Klebensberger, former COO of Solarworld AG, and Stefan Ulfert, digital product and marketing strategist.

Wattando is part of the de:hub network, the digital ecosystem for startups of the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection, as well as part of TELEKOM TECH BOOST, Deutsche Telekom's startup program.

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