Enrique de la Cruz spoke to pv magazine about Gamesa Electric’s new PV 3750 central inverter. One feature that stands out is the company’s approach to heat dissipation. Gamesa is among the few manufacturers that use liquid-to-air heat exchangers along with air-to-air versions to keep sensitive electronic components at stable temperatures. The manufacturer claims the system also keeps dust outside the inverter cabinet to avoid compromising performance.
De la Cruz said the company’s central inverter continues to produce the best levelized cost of energy (LCOE), and Gamesa’s cooling approach reliability is not a concern. The company cites its extensive experience in wind power as proof its systems are working as promised and have been tested in the field for many years.
Ahead of Intersolar Europe, De la Cruz spoke to pv magazine about the PV 3750 and shared his thoughts about LCOE and reliability.
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