Driving down LCoE of utility-scale projects is the main goal of Gamesa Electric’s product catalogue. The new Gamesa Electric PV 3750 inverter is a great step ahead in this direction and it is one of the highest power (3.75 MVA) inverters available on the market. Gamesa Electric debuts this new inverter at Intersolar Munich. It will have a UL-listed version that will be available in the United States by the end of Q2 2020.
This inverter model includes an advanced cooling system (liquid and air), easy to maintain concept and best-in-class MTBF values for critical components, guaranteeing product reliability.
PV Station 7500
Gamesa Electric’s PV 3750 inverter achieves one of the highest power densities in the market, making possible to supply a complete PV station including Medium Voltage (MV) transformer and switchgear of up to 7.5 MVA in a standard 40 ft skid (real plug-and-play). High nominal power together with a compact design mean relevant LCoE improvements, thanks to the reduction of the number of PV station units per project and therefore saving logistics, construction, DC cabling and maintenance costs.
Ready for the most demanding grid codes
The new Gamesa Electric PV 3750 inverter complies with an extensive list of grid codes all over the world, including the most demanding ones. Moreover, it can provide full operating range of reactive power for both day and night operation through the so-called Statcom mode.
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