Smart Energy Provider Takes on Huawei in Patent Infringement Claim

Smart Energy Provider Takes on Huawei in Patent Infringement Claim


Israel-based smart energy provider?SolarEdge Technologies?has announced that it has filed a patent infringement claim against electronics company?Huawei.
The lawsuit was filed yesterday at The Mannheim Regional Court in Germany.?
According to SolarEdge, Huawei has been infringing patents designed to protect direct current (DC) optimised inverter technology, which relates to the unidirectional flow of electric charge.
According to SolarEdge, the Israeli company has developed an inverter solution that has changed the way power is harvested and managed in PV systems.CEO of SolarEdge, Guy Sella, said that the success of the PV industry is driven by innovative technology that makes PV energy more affordable.
The company is seeking damages, an injunction, and a recall of all of Huawei’s allegedly infringing products in Germany.
Source: worldipreview

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