Mercom's Webinar to Talk about the Impression of Solar Inverters on Challenge Efficiency – Mercom India

Technological innovations in the field of solar energy were decisive for the increasing popularity and worldwide expansion. In addition to advances in solar PV technology, innovations in solar inverters are also having an impact on project performance.

With solar inverters, however, various aspects must be taken into account, e.g. B. the desired balance between cost, size and maintenance of the project. Choosing between string and central inverters is another choice that should be made carefully considering the project size, finances and performance expectations.

On December 21, 2020, Mercom will host a webinar on "How Do Solar Inverter Technologies Affect Project Performance?"

You can register for the webinar by clicking here.

The panel includes: Nataraja MS, Director, Engineering, Support (Asia Pacific), Sungrow (India); Sudhir Pathak Head – Engineering, Hero Future Energies; Shantanu Sirsath Technical Director – India, Growatt New Energy; and Gaurav Wadhwa, Head of Engineering, ReNew Power.

Priya Sanjay, Managing Director (MD) of Mercom India will moderate the meeting.

According to Mercom's India Solar Market Leaderboard, Sungrow, FIMER India (formerly ABB) and Sineng Electric were the most important suppliers of solar inverters for the Indian solar market for 1 hour 2020 in the first half of the year (1 hour) of the 2020 calendar year.

Several international companies have their production units for solar inverters in India. The webinar sheds light on the technological trends that are driving the market and how Indian developers are making the right choice of inverters for their projects.

The panelist will also discuss the inner workings of the solar inverter industry and talk about developments that can improve efficiency and promote healthy competition.

The audience can also interact with the speakers by asking questions that are relevant to the discussion.

You can register for the webinar by clicking here.

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energies (MNRE) had previously extended the deadline for certification of solar inverters by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) to December 31, 2020. The extension was made taking into account the disruption caused by the subsequent lockdown of COVID-19, which the industry had sought more time for compliance.

The MNRE has also established a three-person panel of experts, made up of representatives from the MNRE, the Solar Energy Corporation of India, and a BIS-certified test laboratory, to discuss the revised standards for implementation. On June 14, 2019, the BIS published the revised standards for solar PV modules and inverters and had suggested that MNRE hold consultations with stakeholders prior to their implementation.

Rahul is a reporter at Mercom India. Prior to entering the renewable energy world, Rahul was the director of the Gujarat office for The Quint. He has also worked for DNA Ahmedabad and Ahmedabad Mirror. Rahul has a background in banking and finance and has also worked for JP Morgan Chase and the State Bank of India. More articles from Rahul Nair.

Comments are closed.