Three phase solutions in residential PV
Residential PV systems come in all shapes and sizes and are often subject to limitations that can only be solved on the component side. This means that suppliers need to be ready for anything, and their products need the inherent flexibility to meet very different needs even within a particular market.
And as solar increases its share in Europe’s energy mix, new policies in the residential market are driving a shift toward self-consumption. This places the inverter front and center, with customers expecting a broad range of communications and energy management features, alongside those ensuring safety and efficiency.
In this pv magazine Webinar, Sungrow introduces us to its new three-phase residential inverter, being launched to European markets this month. Eleonora Potestio, Technical Sales Engineer at Sungrow, will take us through the inverter’s features and technical characteristics, focusing on the scalability and flexibility in system design afforded by the inverter, and other key features ensuring safety and longevity for the entire system. Further, Eleonora will take us through the key features of Sungrow’s WiNet-S communications dongle, and we’ll take an early look at one of the first installations in Europe to feature the new inverter.
Ahead of this, viewers will be treated to a sneak peek inside Sungrow’s manufacturing operation, and we’ll hear from Key Account Manager Florian Fisch about the progress and plans for the new three-phase inverter’s rollout to Europe.
pv magazine Webinar Content
- Introduction to Sungrow
- SG3.0-20RT three-phase inverter: Availability and roll out to Europe
- Technical features and warranty conditions
- Details of the WiNet-S Communications dongle
- Reference project – residential installation in Germany featuring SG10RT
pv magazine’s Mark Hutchins will be the moderator of this webinar. Questions can be submitted beforehand or during the webinar through a chat window.
Registration for this pv magazine Webinar is free of charge.
This webinar was originally scheduled for March 9, 2021. Due to technical difficulties on the day, we are now repeating it on March 24, 2021.