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New entrants bring new perspectives: Hybrid inverter series for C&I applications

In the rapidly changing PV inverter market, innovation is front and central. From the ever-growing array of smart features to monitoring, as well as integrating storage and providing support for EV charging and heat pumps, new products are bringing fresh competition delivering complete solutions. In this pv magazine Webinar, we will learn about Solinteg’s 20-50 kW hybrid inverter and its many smart features ahead of its market launch. A special treat, the outfit will be opening the doors of its lab in Slovakia and allowing us a sneak peek into the reliability testing processes performed there.


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As the list of responsibilities imposed on the inverter continues to grow beyond their primary task of converting DC to AC, so do the expectations from manufacturers to deliver ever smarter products. In this rapidly changing market, new entrants are not only bringing fresh competition but also new perspectives in delivering complete overall solutions.

A newcomer to watch, Solinteg is emerging with a portfolio of such offerings developed with a focus on usage, storage, and interaction with grids, from the initial concept through to R&D, production, and use. Founded in 2022 by solar industry veterans, the outfit stands ready to supply inverters for both residential and commercial applications.

In this pv magazine Webinar, we will learn about Solinteg’s 20-50 kW hybrid inverter ahead of its launch in Q3 2022. The solution is a three-phase inverter with maximum 10 units in a parallel operation option, which can meet up to 2 MWh C&I PV storage system capacity requirements, as well as support high current inputs.

Representing Solinteg, Suzanne Zhou, managing director Germany, Claire Guo, head of Solinteg Academy and Jaroslav Kocourek, vice president Eastern Europe will be joining us to discusses the company’s new product line, its view of the commercial and industrial (C&I) PV energy storage space, and its overall product portfolio and strategy.

A special treat for the webinar registrants, Soliteg will be opening the doors of its lab in Slovakia and allowing us a sneak peek into the reliability testing processes performed there.

pv magazine Webinar content:

  • Introduction to Solinteg and its product portfolio
  • Market overview: C&I solar energy storage in Europe
  • New inverter hybrid series for C&I applications – product features and technical details
  • Best practice and unique advantages of Integ M Series
  • Q&A

Questions can be submitted beforehand in the comments window when registering or in the chat during the live webinar. Marija Maisch, editor at pv magazine, will be the moderator of this webinar.

Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.


Suzanne Zhou | Managing Director, Solinteg

Mrs. Suzanne (Zhen) Zhou is the managing director of Solinteg GmbH in Germany. With 12+ years of working experience in the European photovoltaic and storage industry, she is passionate about working on the sustainability agenda forward and making efforts to further development of the renewable energy industry.

Claire Guo | Head of Solinteg Academy, Solinteg

Ms. Claire is an experienced renewable energy specialist, specializing in the service, training and marketing of inverters and energy storage systems. With over 8 years of experience introducing new brands and products to global markets, particularly in the on-grid and energy storage sectors. She is managing the pre-sales, training and product as the head of Solinteg Academy, and you will see her all over the events or activities in the PV industry, no matter online or offline.

Jaroslav Kocourek | Vice President - Eastern Europe, Solinteg

Jaroslav has been in the photovoltaic industry for over 14 years, where he has worked in various positions. He was first responsible for sales activities in Eastern Europe and later for service and technical support. In the past he also co-owned a company specialized in service, repair and testing of photovoltaic inverters. In cooperation with the University of Brno and EU support he developed software for prediction of the production PV plants. Jaroslav currently lives just outside Brno in the Czech Republic and is looking forward to new challenges in photovoltaics.

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