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Wynnertech signs 20 MW PV inverters supply for Iran, and finalizes certification procedures

Beijing, China, 21 November, 2016

 

 

The power electronics manufacturer Wynnertech has signed a contract with the Chinese EPC company Shenzhen Farad Electric Co., Ltd, to supply 20 MW of ALBA 4x PV inverters for a PV plant near Mahan, Iran, of the Swiss developer Global Discovery AG. The availability track record achieved by Wynnertech on previous installations in extreme desert conditions, and the reduced operation requirements resulting from the IsoCool gas-based cooling, with no air filters, have been a decisive factor for choosing the ALBA 4x inverters.

 

Wynnertech has also finalized successfully the certification procedures of its ALBA PV inverter, which have been passed in the testing facilities of the China Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI) and of China Quality Control (CQC) in Nanjing, China.

 

With these developments, Wynnertech takes a further step towards consolidating its position as a reliable international supplier of very high power PV inverters.

 

 

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http://www.wynnertech.com/en/news.asp

 

About Wynnertech

Wynnertech is a Spanish-Chinese manufacturer of proprietary technology power electronics equipment and components for power generation and storage, EV charging and grid support and testing, with European design and quality standards and competitive Chinese manufacturing, resulting in the most advanced state of the art systems with the best price-performance ratio of the market. Wynnertech is part of the new energy division of Dynavolt (http://dynavolt.net/index.asp), a listed battery, EV and new energy manufacturer and developer. More information under: www.wynnertech.com/en/.

 

Further information

Contact: Juan Fraga

Phone: +34 913923496

Email: press@wynnertech.net


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