Followed by more than 1.5 GW cooperation, Huawei has signed an 860 MW contract with Indian solar developer Adani Green Energy to supply FusionSolar Smart PV Solution 6.0 with SUN2000-185KTL-INH0 inverter.
The contract between Huawei and Adani was signed at the recently concluded Renewable Energy India (REI) 2019 expo.
Huawei claims its FusionSolar Smart PV Solution 6.0 with SUN2000-185KTL-INH0 inverter provides a higher output from the same utility-scale asset, making it especially useful for the Indian market which is facing extreme price pressure.
The SUN2000-185KTL inverter integrates bifacial modules, trackers and smart DC system to improve yields and lower the levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) by at least 5% compared to central solutions. With nine maximum power point trackers (MPPTs), it could reduce string mismatch effectively and increase yields by over 3%.
Smart IV Curve Diagnosis 3.0 using big-data analysis can proactively discover low-performance PV panels. Compared with manual I-V Curve test, it performs full detection of 100 MW strings and generates the diagnosis report in 15 minutes, leading to a more efficient and lower-cost O&M model.
At REI, Huawei also launched SUN2000-100KTL-INM0 inverter for large-scale commercial and industrial (C&I) rooftop systems and the 2019 Intersolar Award Winner SUN2000-20KTL-M0 three-phase inverter for small-scale C&I rooftop systems. These two models implement multi-MPPT to obtain maximum power generation from PV strings.
DC arcing may occur in solar system, posing a danger to properties. AI powered integrated arc-fault circuit interrupter function—using arc fault detection and confirm mechanism and machine learning accumulated capability for reliable and wide-range arc fault identification—can proactively mitigate the fire risk.
According to the latest India RE Map 2019 released by Bridge to India on the first day of REI, Huawei had a market share of 19.9% and ranked No.2 among all the inverter suppliers in India. It has deployed more than 4 GW of Smart PV Solution in India till now.
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