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In order to match the EV charging power to the available excess solar, Charge HQ uses data feeds from solar inverters and home batteries.
Across the range of supported equipment, we see:
Based on the data received, the EV charge rate is constantly adjusted, which in turn alters the amount of available solar reported in the subsequent update from the solar inverter or home battery.
Given this inherent variability and complexity, combining separate data feeds to maintain a reliable view of excess solar available for EV charging becomes a very difficult task.
As a result, Charge HQ only supports a single source of solar data. In many cases where multiple inverters are installed, data from one appliance will be sufficient for Charge HQ to work well. See our guide for sites with multiple inverters.