Solytic is a Berlin-based software company founded in 2017 with the vision of making it easier for everyone to use solar energy and thus contribute to an accelerating and sustainable energy transition.

Solytic’s core product is a manufacturer- and hardware-independent monitoring software for decentralized PV systems. The technology-open cloud solution has also been sold as a white label to major customers for several years. In more than 60 countries, around 200,000 photovoltaic systems and over 60,000 batteries have already been connected to the Solytic Energy IoT platform. Several OEMs have decided to work with Solytic as a system provider.

With increasing customer requirements, Solytic has expanded its solution portfolio by a public API, increasing the usability of energy data, included charging infrastructure, and is planning add heat pumps soon as well.

We need a variety of expert companies to effectively solve a variety of deep challenges as soon as possible. To win the energy transition, it will be essential that all these stakeholders know one another well and cooperate successfully.

Johannes Burgard, Founder & Managing Director

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