How String Inverters Are Changing Solar Management on the Grid

As solar PV becomes cost-competitive across most of the globe, more is being asked of these power plants as they are integrated onto electric grids that were mostly designed for one-way power flows and centralized sources of generation. The rise of intermittent solar offers challenges and opportunities for how the electric grid is managed, especially when multi-phase string inverters are considered.

Thanks to falling prices and project developers’ growing awareness of the operations and maintenance (O&M) and installation benefits, an increasing proportion of large solar PV projects built around the world will include multi-phase string inverters. Learn how string inverters are creating a new paradigm for how solar power plants can interact with, and support, power grids across the globe.

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