As one of the top solar inverter manufacturers we have enjoyed another successful Solar Energy UK exhibition to round off what has been a fantastic year for the company.
Power Electronics has over 700MW commissioned in the UK currently and in the next few weeks is set to add another 180MW to their already impressive portfolio in the UK. The company also has contracts to raise this to 1.2GW before 31st March 2015 when the cutoff occurs for the 1.4 ROC rates.
The solar market has grown rapidly over the past two years, maintaining a steady growth of photovoltaic energy generation over this period. This year the industry is expected to follow this trend as companies with solar projects rush to ensure they are completed before the 1.4 ROC deadline.This year the cutoff in March is expected to surpass the demand generated by last year’s deadline, a notable time in Power Electronics history were the company installed and commissioned over 350MW in just two weeks, with 175MW being completed in a 48 hour period.
The solar market in the UK is now one of the largest in Europe and has attracted the top investors and companies from around the world. The market is expected to account for 13% of the energy demand by next June and Power Electronics is proud to play a role in this growth.
The success of the company has come about not just from a world leading product range but also due to the unmatched customer service which all clients receive. With the ‘Power On Support’ clients can access a team of skilled engineers who are on hand 24/7 to ensure the products are running smoothly. In the event of a breakdown Power Electronics can have a team of professionals on site to rectify the problem and allow the system to be up and running and therefore earning the clients money. As a token of appreciation, all of their clients are given free commissioning as Power Electronics believes that this is part of their philosophy.
The Power Electronics Freesun HEC has proved to be the key component in solar fields across the country. When EPC’s choose the HEC inverter they know they are saving money in transportation, installation and plant performance due to the unique features offered in the product. The Modular Master Slave System ensures that even if one module fails the power is redirected to another operative module, while other inverters would cease to operate; the Freesun HEC continues to work at close to full capacity. Using the latest modulation techniques Power Electronics offers the widest MPPt full power window in the solar market to help the clients boost their PV plant performance. The HEC is only one of a number of different options for the clients, with a large product range offering inverter solutions from 20kW – 2MW, it is clear to see why Power Electronics is the market leader in the U.K and why it will continue to be.