The 10.5 MW project at Tagewerben, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, is scheduled to be completed in May and the total investment is approximately 20 million. The park will feature 43,560 Yingli modules on Schletter mounting systems and 31 inverters from Power-One.
Gerhard Schackert, Sales Director, Northern EMEA at Power-One stated that the company is happy to be part of the Wirsol project. "We are happy that Wirsol has opted for our AURORA PVI-330.0 inverter and the AURORA PVI-STRINGCOMB string combiner," he said. The complete inverter system is scaleable and is easy to install according to Power-One. The maximum input voltage is up to 1,000 Volts DC and aids in reducing distribution losses, especially in large photovoltaic systems as Schackert added.
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