Innovation to invert our future
In these confusing times we can at least cut to some conclusions; people want more solar, more solar means more inverters, and people want more from their inverters. Inverters are at the center of solar PV power generation and at Sungrow they are at the center of innovation. So, how does Sungrow maintain quality in their residential products? And what are the new upcoming innovations?
In this pv magazine Webinar, we will be going behind the curtain at Sungrow to peak in at their processes from prototype to mass production, including the exploration of some of their most advanced quality test processes and equipment. This will include some new light on recent innovative features in the residential sphere including PID Recovery and Arc Fault Circuit Interruption with Sungrow’s new 3-phase and 1-phase PV inverters.
What is more, the 3-phase Hybrid is also on the table for discussion. With many of us having spent much of the last year stuck indoors, only blackouts have shown just how much we’ve come to depend on our power supply to get us through the day. But with hybrid battery-inverters like the 3-phase Hybrid there is now a backstop before blackouts. It has been our fridges and televisions that have kept us running in lockdown, and now we can make sure they stay running even if the grid fails.
What is more, we’re set to get an early look at Sungrow’s new residential battery only months away from market release.
The webinar will allow for both detailed, technical presentations and a Q&A – providing attendees with the opportunity to put their questions to the speakers and become a part of the discussion.
pv magazine Webinar content:
- How to commit to quality control and innovation?
- Details on quality testing, temperature testing, long-term performance testing
- Discussion of Sungrow’s latest innovations in the residential market such as PID recovery, ARC Fault Circuit Interruption, WiNet monitoring
- Sneak peek at the new residential battery
Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window. pv magazine’s editor Blake Matich will be the moderator of this webinar.
Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.