Sungrow’s modular inverter solution, the 1+X central inverter, continues to evolve, with a growing list of certifications and availability in Europe. The inverter decision remains a critical feature for LCOE, long-term O&M, grid servicing features, and in combination with battery storage.
In this pv magazine Webinar, we’ll hear from Glen Sochackyj, product manager at Sungrow Europe, with a spotlight on product updates and features the company continues to pique the interest of solar companies, including intelligent MV connection monitoring, higher performance, and yield, along with an array of communications features.
pv magazine Webinar content:
○ Evolution of the “1+X” Modular Inverter
○ Intelligent MV Disconnection for night loss saving
○ Product updates: Higher performance, higher yield
○ DC and AC coupling with battery systems
○ Communication at its best: Combiner Box (DC MPLC)
○ Certification Roadmap in Europe
Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. Tristan Rayner, editor at pv magazine, will be the moderator of this webinar.
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Monday, September 18, 2023 · 11:00
Duration: 1 hour
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Glen has a degree in electrical engineering and has been working in the photovoltaic industry for 5 years, from project design, and management to product manufacturing. He has experience in LatAm and mainly Europe regulations and has been working...
After studying Electrical Engineering, Tristan Rayner turned his attention to editorial roles. Prior to joining pv magazine in 2020, he was managing editor of Australian sports site The Roar, founding editor of tech site Techly, and contributed to...