History of SolarEdge

SolarEdge Technologies, founded in 2006 by Guy Sella, Lior Handelsman, Meir Adest, Yoav Galin, and Amir Fishelov, is an Israeli company specializing in smart energy solutions. The company's primary innovation is its photovoltaic (PV) solar inverter system, which maximizes power generation at the individual module level while lowering the cost of energy produced by the solar PV system. This technology has set a new standard in the solar industry, allowing SolarEdge to rapidly expand its market presence globally. By 2015, SolarEdge went public on the NASDAQ stock exchange, further solidifying its position as a key player in the renewable energy sector.

Zvi Lando, who joined SolarEdge in 2009, has played a crucial role in the company's growth and success. Initially serving as Vice President of Global Sales, Lando's effective strategies and leadership significantly contributed to the company's expansive market reach. In 2020, he was appointed CEO, following the passing of co-founder and former CEO Guy Sella. Under Lando's leadership, SolarEdge has continued to innovate and expand its product offerings, including energy storage solutions and smart energy management systems, maintaining its reputation as a leading provider of renewable energy technology.