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Solaredge Technologies

solaredge.com

Founded Year

2006

Stage

PIPE | IPO

Total Raised

$96.8M

Market Cap

17.13B

Stock Price

327.69

Revenue

$0000 

About Solaredge Technologies

SolarEdge provides an end-to-end distributed solar power harvesting and PV monitoring solution, maximizing the power generation of residential, commercial and large-scale PV system installations by up to 25%, for a faster return on investment. Module manufacturers, installers and home owners enjoy the benefits of SolarEdge solutions which allow maximum energy by design by optimal roof utilization through constraint free design, module-level MPPT, and enhanced maintenance and accurate troubleshooting through module-level monitoring. Another benefit is the guaranteed automatic DC shutdown for installers, maintenance personnel and firefighters through the unique SafeDC mechanism.

Headquarters Location

1 Hamada Street

Herzliya Pituach, 4673335,

Israel

972 (9) 957-6620

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Solaredge Technologies Patents

Solaredge Technologies has filed 348 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Electric power conversion
  • Electrical engineering
  • Photovoltaics
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

5/29/2018

1/31/2023

Electrical engineering, Energy conversion, Electric power distribution, Graphical user interface elements, Electrical safety

Grant

Application Date

5/29/2018

Grant Date

1/31/2023

Title

Related Topics

Electrical engineering, Energy conversion, Electric power distribution, Graphical user interface elements, Electrical safety

Status

Grant

Latest Solaredge Technologies News

Bank of America reveals its top stocks ahead of earnings, including a favorite solar name

Jan 28, 2023

January 29, 2023 - Advertisement - According to Bank of America analysts, there are still plenty of opportunities to buy shares as earnings reports continue to be released. The firm recommends a variety of companies that investors should own ahead of the company’s quarterly results. CNBC Pro analyzed Bank of America’s recent research to find the most attractive stocks that are in a good position ahead of their reports. Fox Buy shares of the “best” company in the media, analyst Jessica Reif Ehrlich recently said of Fox. The company is due to report earnings in early February. Fox has the right mix of content to “deliver relative performance relative to the market,” Rafe Ehrlich said in a recent note to clients. She added that its news and sports programming is a “must have” combination for some consumers. In addition, Rafe Ehrlich said she likes the company’s solid balance sheet and called its direct-to-consumer strategy “balanced.” The firm acknowledged that Fox is not entirely immune to the pressures of the ad market, but said it was well positioned to weather the storm. “We expect FOX F2Q23E to reflect the strength of the Fox portfolio, but also show some signs of a softening macro environment,” she said. Still, with stocks down 9% over the past 52 weeks and strong free cash flow, the stock remains the most attractive, writes Reif Ehrlich. Grab Holdings The Singapore-based technology company was recently upgraded to a share purchase by analyst Sachin Salgaonkar. Shares in Grab, which offers delivery, mobility and financial services through a mobile app, are down 35% year-over-year. But Bank of America said the risk-reward ratio is becoming more “favourable.” “We believe Grab is well positioned to balance revenue growth with profitability across both core businesses, shipping and mobility,” Salgaonkar said. Grab is also seeing a decrease in competition, he said, and his management is focusing heavily on cost control. “We also believe that Grab’s super app gives it a competitive edge over its peers, and the ecosystem helps unlock the synergies between its 4 divisions,” he wrote. The balance sheet is also strong and Salgaonkar expects EBITDA profitability by 2025. The company is expected to report its earnings in mid-February. According to analyst Julien Dumoulin-Smith, SolarEdge, a solar panel company, is operating at full capacity. “In Q4 2022, we expect better results across the board,” he said ahead of SolarEdge’s mid-February quarterly report. Dumoulin-Smith said the stock is “in the right place at the right time” and raised his price target to $382 a share from $367 earlier this week. “In Q4 2022, we have a ‘buy’ recommendation on SolarEdge Technologies stock, which we believe could benefit from the macro environment rather than sustained headwinds throughout 2022,” he said. The firm said SolarEdge is clearly a beneficiary of the Inflation Reduction Act, but it also benefits from a stronger euro as it gives consumers more pricing power. “The rebound in the EUR/USD is a modest benefit to SEDG’s bottom line, resulting in a top line of about $20 million,” he added. Shares are up more than 46% year-over-year, but Dumoulin-Smith’s higher price target suggests there’s still room for improvement. “As tailwinds and structural improvements add up, we feel Q4 2022 is a particularly attractive entry point for investors now that the SEDG is seeing a fundamental recovery,” he wrote. The Pandemic lockdown, as well as the release of new products, saw the TAM SQ estimate rise from $60B (Square alone) in 2017 to $190B in 2022. We maintain our Buy recommendation due to: 1) The Cash app still has a long way to go. 2) Square continues to gain momentum in the high-end marketplace and internationally, 3) SQ is not getting enough credit for maintaining operating cost discipline and has stated its intention to remain disciplined in the 23rd, and 4) crypto and BNPL together represented only 12% of gross arrived in 3Q22. Fox “We expect FOX F2Q23E to reflect the resilience of the Fox portfolio, but also show some signs of macro easing. macroeconomic pressure in the advertising market… We remain bullish on Fox as we believe it is the media company best positioned to capitalize on sports betting, a more balanced DTC strategy, mandatory news and sports holder Grab Holdings Grab’s rating from Neutral to Buy as we see the risk/reward ratio becoming more favorable. Thesis: 1) We believe that Grab is well positioned to balance revenue growth with profitability in both of its core businesses, shipping and mobility. … We also believe that Grab’s super app gives it a competitive edge over its peers, and the ecosystem helps unlock the synergies between its 4 divisions.” Urban Outfitters “Good positions in F24 with better harassing ability. We reiterate our Buy recommendation for Urban Outfitters given that we believe the company is well positioned with cleaner inventory in F24 (C23) now that its flexible supply chain has been normalized. … In our opinion, .Urban is one of the most compelling specialty retail growth stories. Each of its three proven concepts has room for margin expansion, and its products are diverse and attractive.” SolarEdge “In Q4 2022, we expect better results across the board. … .Right place at the right time + structural advantages. ….For Q4 2022, we have a Buy recommendation for SolarEdge, which we believe could benefit from the macro environment rather than sustained headwinds during 2022 on revenue of around $20M …As tailwinds and structural improvements add up, we think Q4 2022 is a particularly attractive entry point for investors, now that the SEDG is seeing a fundamental recovery.” Credit: www.cnbc.com /

Solaredge Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Solaredge Technologies founded?

    Solaredge Technologies was founded in 2006.

  • Where is Solaredge Technologies's headquarters?

    Solaredge Technologies's headquarters is located at 1 Hamada Street, Herzliya Pituach.

  • What is Solaredge Technologies's latest funding round?

    Solaredge Technologies's latest funding round is PIPE.

  • How much did Solaredge Technologies raise?

    Solaredge Technologies raised a total of $96.8M.

  • Who are the investors of Solaredge Technologies?

    Investors of Solaredge Technologies include BlackRock, Walden International, Opus Capital, Genesis Partners, Vertex Ventures Israel and 8 more.

  • Who are Solaredge Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of Solaredge Technologies include Tigo Energy, Orb Energy, RedEarth Energy Storage, SoCore Energy, Draker Labs and 12 more.

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