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EV Solar Charging with Huawei Solar Inverters


Charge HQ is NOT currently compatible with Huawei Solar Inverters.

We have engaged with Huawei and attempted an integration. Unfortunately the available mechanism for users to grant access to their data via the Huawei API is too complex support a viable integration.

Charge HQ enables smart solar charging for users without having to buy any new equipment by working with data that’s already being collected by solar inverter manufacturers. When it works we can make use of existing equipment and save users the cost and waste of replacing existing chargers.

On the flip side, it means we’re dependent on how the manufacturers make this data available via their APIs and online portals. This includes things like how frequently they update the data, how often they allow third parties to access the data and the methods of granting access to it.

The way we use the data is a little novel so it's to be expected that not all inverter manufactures systems will be compatible with our requirements.

Over time we hope to add support for alternative data sources such as third-party energy monitors that can be accessed in many markets.

Alternatives & Workarounds

Stand alone solar and grid monitoring
A separate solar and grid monitor can be installed to provide Charge HQ with a compatible solar data source.

Australian users: Wattwatchers, Solar Analytics

AC Coupled batteries
Users with an Huawei solar system that also have a supported AC coupled battery can rely on the battery integration. Huawei support is not required in such cases.

Push API integration
Tech-savvy users that can write code may be able to develop their own local integration via our Push API or use one of the community sourced integrations.

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