VALENCIA, Spain | POWER ELECTRONICS —
Power Electronics has now made available the new utility scale solar inverter HEC1500V.

Ranging from 1MW to 3MW, the unique Outdoor, Modular and Redundant inverter generates higher yields and provides outstanding up time with eight years of tracked hardware reliability.

Over five solar PV module manufacturers announced the release of 1500V’s PV modules and at growing rate EPCs and Developers are seeing the 1500V as an opportunity to lower the price per watt and gain competitiveness. “The release of HEC1500V Utility Solar Inverter is another evidence of our Commitment with the Solar Industry and our contribution for a sustainable future” said Mr. David Salvo – CEO.

Power Electronics’ Industrial Division has been manufacturing and installing 1700Vdc power converters for over eight years for leading mining, Oil & Gas and water companies that require their processes to be running 24/7 under the highest up time ratios.

Now the technology has been migrated to the well-known HEC platform that ensures outdoor durability with stainless
steel construction, 50mm mineral isolation and the best-in-class cooling 50ºC performance.

The HEC1500V Solar inverter is available with the ultimate FSDK 1500V recombiner to help the beginners with a successful first experience. The FSDK is featured with fuse and contactor per input that reduces fuse servicing and ground fault detection time, as well as being fully NEC2014 compliant.

An unbeatable offering and a unique philosophy Power ON Support, makes Power Electronics the right choice for worldwide utility scale PV plants.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has 8+ years of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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