Delta Electronics launches 22KW AC EV charger and 125KW string PV inverter

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Delta Electronics India has launched a slew of EV charging and renewable energy solutions, at the ongoing Elecrama 2020 show which is being held from January 18 to 22, 2020 in Greater Noida of Delhi national capital region.

AC chargers for electric vehicles is a key launch from Delta’s global products that are suitable for both residential and commercial area applications. AC MAX is an innovative lightweight, wall-mount EV charger with a high power output of 22 KW AC maximum that is claimed to reduce charging time by up to 70% in comparison to common 7KW AC chargers.

Under renewable energy solutions, the company has extended its solar inverter portfolio with a 125 KW string inverter. This cloud-connected three-phase string solution enables cost-efficient decentralized photovoltaic systems, and is suitable for both ground-mounted and large commercial applications.

The company already has solar inverters installed at key metro and railway stations, airports, government and educational institutions, industrial establishments, residential properties, large solar plants, and others, with over 1.5 GW installations pan India.

Elecrama 2020 is one of the premier shows catering to the latest technology, trends, and innovation for future energy transition. Delta’s products at the show focus on energy infrastructure, display & monitoring, communication & information, industrial automation, rail transport, building automation, and energy storage solutions to enable digitalized, energy-efficient operations and management for smart cities.

Speaking on the occasion, Delta Electronics India managing director R. Om Prakash said, “It’s an era of smart technology and solutions where India with its emphasis on Industry 4.0, IoT based solutions, EV adoption, Smart City development, electricity generation from renewable energy, etc is focusing to integrate the new age technology for a better and cleaner tomorrow. At Delta, we believe the future belongs to those who have the vision to deliver it.”

“Being a progressive company, we use our hardware and software capabilities to collaborate with industry stakeholders and leverage our core competence in power electronics to bring out energy-efficient solutions and technology with our integrated and diversified portfolio, which we are showcasing at Elecrama 2020. We frequently use our global expertise and engineering prowess to introduce solutions that are sustainable in nature to support the industry ecosystem.”

“With our consistent investments in India, we have been partnering with the government initiatives like Make in India, Smart City Mission and E-Mobility Mission that propel India’s growth story. Our new manufacturing plant in Krishnagiri and new R&D Lab in Bengaluru are a testimony to our commitment in Powering Green India.”