WattPower has inaugurated a string solar inverter factory in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, with an annual production capacity of 10 GW.
Yaskawa Solectria Solar has developed new utility-scale string inverters with capacities ranging from 175 kW to 250 kW. They are optimized for use with First Solar modules and qualify for the US domestic content bonus tax credit.
BayWa re has agreed to acquire Ribeiro Solar, a Brazilian PV distributor headquartered in Curitiba, Paraná. The company also operates distribution centers in Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul, and Pernambuco.
Brazilian scientists have created a new hybrid converter topology based on differential power processing (DPP) that can help reduce power losses in PV systems under permanent mismatch conditions, as well as temporary ones caused by partial shading, dirt and snow. The converter consists of a hybrid topology that combines the PV-to-PV and PV-to-Bus architectures and reportedly solve some of the issues presented by both configurations.
Aims Power has developed a hybrid inverter for solar-battery systems, with power outputs of 4.6 kW and 9.6 kW and solar input capacities of 6.9 kW and 15 kW.
Installers can avoid costly main panel upgrades due to updates to the company’s Home Hub and Wave inverters.
The US solar market has started to reshore its energy supply chain, just one year after the passage of the US Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).
Siemens says it plans to set up an 800 MW utility-scale inverter factory in the US state of Wisconsin. The facility will focus on the production of string inverters.
Atess Power, a Chinese PV inverter manufacturer, says that its HPS50-US, HPS100-US, and HPS150-US hybrid inverters recently secured approval from CSA Group.
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