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With inverter selection, a key task in the initial stages of a project design, we take a closer look at Sungrow’s latest modular inverter solution, its best practice and how to reap the manifold benefits of its modularization.

As solar farms proliferate and assume an ever-bigger role in the global energy makeover, the choice of inverter is key to securing the best outcomes for projects owners and grid operators alike. For developers of massive PV plants, the bulky central inverters are the go-to technology due their lower LCOE and easy and fast installation.

However, with the "1+X" Modular Inverter from Chinese manufacturer Sungrow, which has recently been introduced at the Intersolar Europe 2022, the list of pros is getting much longer. The system’s modularization makes it possible to choose from 1.1 MW to 8.8 MW to best meet demands of project developers and promises higher energy yields.

Wireless communications save cabling costs and the plug and play design allows for easy replacement of defunct inverter units. Furthermore, the DC/ESS interface built in this solution supports connecting to energy storage system.

In the run-up to its European market launch, Simon Hammer, Senior Technical Expert at Sungrow Deutschland GmbH, is joining us to discuss the "1+X" Modular Inverter features in detail and present its grid services potential.

We’ll hear about Sungrow’s expansion into Europe, successes in Asia, and why the 1+X Modular is well suited to the variety of geographies and topographies in different regions.

pv magazine Webinar content:

- Modular inverter: Target market(s) and competitive advantages
- A closer look at Sungrow’s “1+X" Modular Inverter
- Best practice, or : When and where it makes sense to use it
- The grid services it is suited to provide
- Sizing the battery storage
- Q&A

Questions can be submitted beforehand in the comments window when registering or in the chat during the live webinar. Marija Maisch, editor at pv magazine, will be the moderator of this webinar.

Registration for this pv magazine webinar is free of charge.
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