Legal notice

SMA Altenso GmbH

Registered office:

Business address:
Sonnenallee 1
34266 Niestetal

Represented by the Managing Directors:
Dr. Enrique Garralaga Rojas and Burkhard Söhngen

Phone: +49 561 9522-0
Fax: +49 561 9522-3300

District court Fritzlar, registration number: HRB 12363
Value-added tax identification number in accordance with Article 27 a of the German Value-Added Tax Act: DE 317537798

Online settlement of disputes pursuant to Art. 14 para. 1 ODRVO:
The European Commission provides a platform for Online Dispute Resolution, which you can find here: or

All information on the SMA websites are copyright protected. An express written permission to copy or process, alter and/or forward the material against payment has to be obtained from SMA in advance. The information provided is intended only for your personal information and does not include binding warranties or guarantees. It is subject to change without notice both in technical and commercial terms (incl. prices). We shall only make binding commitments upon receipt of concrete inquiries. Due to these non-binding terms, any liability for correctness of the information is excluded.

Liability notice

On the SMA websites, you will also find links to other websites part of which is not operated by SMA, but rather by third parties. These links only provide further details. SMA is not responsible for the contents of these websites and cannot be held liable for them. These external websites could be copyrighted material as well. Use of the SMA web pages is your own responsibility. SMA Solar Technology AG shall not be held liable for any damage resulting from the use of these websites, especially plant interruption, lost profits, loss of information and data or consequential damage due to deficiencies unless SMA Solar Technology AG is to be held liable according to the law on product liability or in case of intent, gross negligence, the lack of guaranteed characteristics or due to the violation of essential contractual obligations. Compensation in damages due to the violation of essential contractual obligations is, however, limited to predictable damage typical for the nature of the contract as far as no intent or gross negligence were involved.