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How long do residential solar inverters last?

A range of different factors can affect the productive lifespan of residential solar inverters.

DC isolators trigger sharp increase in solar fires in Australia

Data shows a sharp increase in the number of fires caused by the DC isolators that separate the grid from solar panels. ABC News gathered state-by-state data revealing a dramatic increase in fire incidents in the last 12 months.

SMA introduces 110kW string inverter in India

SMA has unveiled its Sunny Tripower CORE2 110 kW string inverter for commercial rooftop and ground-mounted solar systems in the the Indian market. The inverter offers twelve MPP trackers for maximum design flexibility.

WattPower launches 10 GW solar inverter factory in India

WattPower has inaugurated a string solar inverter factory with an annual production capacity of 10 GW in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

Fimer’s battery storage compatible inverters to fulfil Capgemini’s 100% renewable power obligation

Fimer recently supplied its 2 MVA inverters for battery energy storage systems (BESS) deployed at IT major Capgemini’s campuses in Mumbai and Noida.

Sofar signs inverter supply contract for 100 MW solar project in India

The Chinese manufacturer will ship its 255KTL-HV string inverters for Velan Infra’s 100 MW solar power project in Tamil Nadu.

Top 5 solar inverter suppliers accounted for 71% of global shipments in 2022

Huawei, Sungrow, Ginlong, Solis, Growatt, and GoodWe emerged as the top solar inverter vendors in 2022, driving a significant portion of the year’s 330 GW (AC) of global inverter shipments.

Mango Power introduces 12 kW / 15 kWh whole home battery

The Mango Power M includes a hybrid inverter with 18 kW solar input and can be paired with an electric vehicle charger.

GoodWe unveils new inverters for C&I applications

China-based GoodWe has developed two new solutions – the ETC 100 kW hybrid inverter and the BTC 100 kW retrofit battery inverter – for commercial and industrial (C&I) solar applications.

New study finds growing inequality in metal footprints of renewable power value chains

A US-Chinese research team has investigated the flow of iron, copper, aluminum, and other precious metals from source to end-use destination in the renewable energy infrastructure value chain. It found significant imbalances that can be attributed to the continuous outsourcing of metal demand for the renewable power sector to developing economies.

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