The multinational company will present its “Unlimited Energy” concept in New Orleans to transform the USA’s solar energy, storage, and mobility market.
Power Electronics, a world leader in energy storage and the first manufacturer of solar inverters for photovoltaic plants will present its solutions at CLEANPOWER 2023, the main event of the renewable energy sector, which this year will be held from May the 22nd to the 25th at the New Orleans Convention Center.
With more than 35 years of experience in the sector, the multinational has been established as a leader in the industry, reaching a 50% market share in solar inverters and 90% in energy storage, and more than 2,000 e-mobility projects throughout the country. Its advanced and efficient solutions for energy generation and storage have been key to the energy transition in the US, a market that is currently in expansion and growth moment.
At Power Electronics booth #3257, attendees will be able to see up close the Energy Storage Inverter 4.2MVA PCSM GEN 3, which shares strong similarities with the 4.2 MVA HEM GEN3 Solar Inverter, both known for offering the advantages of a central inverter, with the modularity of the strings, which simplifies its design and installation and makes it a turn-key solution.
Also, the multinational will present their new 1.2MVA DC/DC Converter, and their growing EV Charger division with which they continue electrifying roads in the US.
During CLEANPOWER 2023, the highly qualified staff in Product & Applications, Project Management, Sales Engineering and Service from Power Electronics will provide visitors more details about Power Electronics’ market-leading range of Solar, Hybrid DC and AC Coupled, Energy Storage and EV Charging products.
“This year, we are attending CLEANPOWER 2023 with our “Unlimited Energy” concept, representing our motivation to lead the way in renewable energy generation, but more importantly, the never-ending quest for perfection in our products and services. Attendees at our booth will be able to learn about the solutions with which we drive energy transition in USA towards a more sustainable and efficient future” said Ron Puryear, Vice President & General Manager of Power Electronics USA.
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