Siemens to man­u­fac­ture new generation of pho­to­voltaic in­vert­ers in In­dia

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Siemens In­dia has launched the Si­na­con PV, a new generation of pho­to­voltaic (PV) cen­tral in­vert­ers with an out­put of up to 5MVA.

The in­verter is part of Siemens’ new elec­tri­cal Bal­ance of Plant (eBoP) so­lu­tion for PV power plant in­stal­la­tions. The Si­na­con PV in­verter will be man­u­fac­tured at Siemens’ Kalwa plant near Mum­bai for the do­mes­tic mar­ket as well as for ex­port.

The In­dian re­new­able en­ergy sec­tor is the sec­ond most at­trac­tive re­new­able en­ergy mar­ket in the world, hav­ing crossed 14GW of in­stalled so­lar ca­pac­ity. The gov­ern­ment’s aim is to in­stall a ca­pac­ity of 100GW by 2022.

The new Siemens in­vert­ers and medium volt­age in­verter sta­tions tar­get large scale, ground-mounted so­lar PV power plants, com­pris­ing com­pre­hen­sive eBoP so­lu­tions. The eBoP so­lu­tion en­ables so­lar power to be in­tel­li­gently in­te­grated into the grid.

As a lead­ing so­lu­tions provider, Siemens of­fers com­plete end-to-end plan­ning, en­gi­neer­ing and fi­nanc­ing, all the way to com­mis­sion­ing and ser­vice, in­clud­ing op­ti­mum in­ter­con­nec­tion of en­ergy stor­age sys­tems and com­plete mi­cro grids.

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