Self-consumption solutions


The system will be connected up in a real life situation at the exhibition with a number of electrical loads fed by the INGECON grid-tie inverters and a battery bank coupled to the system. This self-consumption system is controlled by the INGECON EMS Manager and makes it possible to manage energy production and storage by controlling the operation of the power inverters. Furthermore, the Manager also controls energy consumption through the programmed connection and disconnection of loads. Ingeteam will also showcase its innovative 1 MW central inverter, the INGECON SUN Power Max which provides a maximum AC power output of 1,019 kW up to an ambient temperature of 45 degrees Celsius, with a maximum efficiency of 98.8%. More products will also be presented at the company’s stand.

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