10. 04. 2019
Ingeteam is set to exhibit the company's very latest products and O&M services for the solar power and energy storage sectors.
The company will showcase its latest string inverter featuring 1500V technology, and its lifetime extension tool, Ingeboards, at booth B3.240.
Ingeteam will once again be present as an exhibitor at the world's leading fair for the solar power sector, to showcase its latest products and services directed at the PV and energy storage sectors. The Intersolar Europe fair comes under the umbrella of the smarter Europe, the macro event for the energy sector with four exhibitions directed at the solar, energy storage, e-mobility and energy efficiency sectors. This year's edition of the smarter Europe fair is to be held at the Messe München Exhibition Centre in Munich, from 15th to 17th May. At its 150 m2 booth No B3.240, Ingeteam will showcase its very latest products and technology for PV plants, as well as control, monitoring and SCADA systems and battery inverters.
As one of its key innovations, the company is to present the INGECON SUN 125TL, its new string inverter featuring 1500V technology. This three-phase model, directed at large-scale PV plants with a distributed configuration, will be available for purchase in the autumn, with two different versions: STD and PRO. Thanks to this new product, Ingeteam is now in a position to offer its customers central inverters and string inverters to equip PV plants with 1500V technology.
The INGECON SUN PowerMax B series central inverter will also be on show at the Ingeteam booth, with a revamped design. This inverter, with 1500V technology, offers one of the highest power densities available, delivering 1800 kW in a single power block. This allows Ingeteam to offer the market an Inverter Station of up to 7.2 MW with four inverters connected to the same medium voltage transformer.
Also on show will be Ingeteam's three-phase 110- and 20-kW solar PV inverters, which are part of the INGECON SUN 3Play range, featuring 1000V technology. Likewise, the company is set to showcase its INGECON SUN STORAGE 1Play hybrid inverter, which combines a PV inlet with a battery inlet and can be used in grid-connected and stand-alone systems alike.
Ingeteam will also be presenting at Intersolar Europe, the company's pioneering lifetime extension and data monitoring tool, Ingeboards, directed at achieving cost reductions and optimizing system performance. Indeed, the company has established itself as a global leader in the O&M sector with a contract portfolio of more than 14 GW of maintained power in renewable energy generation plants. Ingeteam currently maintains more than 25,000 PV inverters in 550 plants across the globe.
Electrical Energy Storage Forum
Roberto González, the Ingeteam R&D Technical Director for the solar area, is to take part in the forum organized within the Electrical Energy Storage exhibition, which is the part of the smarter Europe fair dedicated to the energy storage sector.
In his talk, set to take place on Thursday 16th May at booth 550, pavilion C2, Roberto González will explain his view with regard to the integration of energy storage systems in large-scale PV plants.