Developers have already connected 3 MW of capacity in what is purportedly destined to be the world’s largest PV array on a coastal tidal flat. The project, which is particularly challenging due to tidal fluctuations, will feature PV components designed to cope with salt and water damage.
The Chinese manufacturer has unveiled a hybrid product with a power range of 6.5-13 kW. The device has a maximum efficiency of 98.4%, according to Ginlong, and battery charging/discharging efficiency of 97.5%.
After listing shares on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange last week, Chinese inverter maker Ginlong now plans to increase its production capacity in the 2019-20 period. The company also plans to develop marketing networks and R&D centers in multiple overseas markets.
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