SMA Australia To Supply 1.2GW of Inverter Power To Solar Projects

The projects will feature capacities ranging from 10MW to 270MW, and will be developed using SMA’s medium-voltage power station

Power Technology has reported that SMA Australia has agreed to a set of deals to supply more than 1.2 gigawatts of inverter power to around 20 utility scale solar PV projects in the country.

The project will combine PV inverters, medium-voltage switchgears in a container and transformers. The hardware are designed to reduce transport, installation and operating costs.

SMA Australia at present provides a range of solutions for centralised and decentralised PV power plants. They also provide solutions of residential PV applications and PV hybrid projects.

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