The Enecsys micro-inverter was developed in Cambridge, UK, and is manufactured in Europe.
Cambridge, UK [WorldofPhotovoltaics.com]
Enecsys Limited is to reveal details of its ground-breaking solar PV grid connected micro-inverter technology at Intersolar Europe 2010 in Munich, Germany, June 9 – 11. The company’s solar micro-inverter will be on show for the first time, complete with its wireless smart monitoring system. Enecsys will discuss the design innovations that have been used to enhance the reliability of its micro-inverters to the point at which their life expectancy matches that of PV solar modules. The company will also discuss the accelerated life tests that underpin the expected reliability of the product.
The Enecsys micro-inverter was developed in Cambridge, UK, and is manufactured in Europe. It is the first solar PV micro-inverter designed to meet the technical requirements of both European and US markets. There will be a demonstration of the Enecsys smart monitoring software at the booth.
Enecsys will launch its solar micro-inverter and monitoring system at a press conference at Intersolar Europe 2010 on Wednesday, June 9th.
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Enecsys was incorporated in Cambridge, UK in 2003. The company’s award-winning solar micro-inverter technology was originally developed at Cambridge University, one of the world’s most revered centres of technical innovation. More information is available at www.enecsys.com.