Power Electronics attends the eight edition of PV Expo in Tokyo on 1-3 March

24 February, 2017

Power Electronics attended the largest trade fair of the Japanese photovoltaic industry, PV Expo, held in Tokyo on 1-3 March.

More than 400 local and foreign exhibitors came together in Tokyo for the event. PV Expo is Japan’s leading trade event for renewable energy, clean technology and sustainability. It brings together leaders, developers, EPCs and investors from both the private and public sectors.  Last year’s event was attended by more than 60,000 visitors.

Ever since Power Electronics created a local Japanese subsidiary in 2013, the company has been actively expanding its presence in the country. Power Electronics Japan has supplied more than 16MW of power capacity to date, and the list of projects continues to grow. The event provides us with a great opportunity to present our company and show visitors what our equipment can do.
The items exhibited included our HEC-PLUS JP system, along with our FDSK disconnecting unit, both of which are perfectly adapted to the requirements of the Japanese grid network.

PV EXPO is the best place, in both Japan and the world as a whole, to find the latest solar inverters, cell/module manufacturing technologies, devices, components, solar cell modules and materials, and an ideal place for the suppliers of such products and technologies to expand their sales in Japan and the Asia-Pacific region. The event is a fixed item on the “to do” lists of professionals in the photovoltaic sector.

Visitors were able to visit us at Stand E10 – 26.

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