Successful 19th PV symposium
Bad Staffelstein, Germany. This years’ PV symposium in the monestary Banz differed from those in previous years. Due to the unusual and unpredictable actual situation on the PV market.
This year, the main question was not ”Which company will present which new product?”, instead, everybody just wanted to know which company can supply modules and inverters to satisfy the immense demand.
Fronius successfully presented its new “big” inverters, the FRONIUS IG 40 and the FRONIUS IG 60, with the MIX concept integrated. This Fronius development is an improved version of the Master-Slave technology. The main characteristic is that the two power stacks share the work. This technology leads to a higher degree of efficiency and reduction of the working hours and the usage of each power stack.
Another highlight was doubtless the presentation of the new FRONIUS IG Public Display and the FRONIUS IG Public Display Card and Box.
Several values of the PV system can be seen on the double spaced alphanumeric screen.
Fronius sales partners appreciated the market launch of the large display which enables to show the information of large PV systems with up to 100 FRONIUS IG inverters.
Moreover, the head of the division Solar Electronics, Mr. DI Christoph Panhuber, held a speech about the revised ÖNORM E 2750, which regulates the safety requirements for the installation and operation of grid connected decentralised PV systems in Austria. In his speech he analysed the actual situation of the norms and made conclusions on the topic.
Recapitulating, the symposium in Staffelstein was very successful. The Fronius Solar Electronics team can look forward to the forthcoming year and the next PV symposium in Bad Staffelstein.