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GoodWe Presents its Latest Energy Storage Solutions at MCE 2018
2018-03-19 09:02:18

Leading solar PV inverter manufacturer GoodWe presented its latest product developments at this year’s Mostra Convegno Expocomfort (MCE) which took place from 13 to 16 March in Milan, Italy, focusing on energy storage solutions. One of the show’s highlights was the GoodWe EM Series bi-directional hybrid inverter for new installations. Likewise, GoodWe also exhibited the new SBP Series, the world’s first AC-coupled retrofit inverter with UPS function which allows retrofitting batteries onto a pre-existing system.

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“We are very pleased to present our innovative energy storage inverter solutions that can actively contribute to cost reduction, while improving performance at the same time”, said Mr Xiaopeng Tang, GoodWe Senior Regional Sales Manager for Europe. “There has been a constant growth in residential applications and a growing demand for battery storage. GoodWe attaches great importance to the solar PV market in Italy and we MCE has been an ideal occasion to meet our existing business partners as well as getting in touch with new interested parties.”

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During the exhibition, GoodWe Solar Academy organized a one-day workshop in cooperation with world leading PV battery manufacturer BYD and solar power optimization and monitoring solutions provider Tigo Energy which gathered a large number of local installers.

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GoodWe energy storage inverters provide users with full control over their power generation by giving them choice and flexibility on how they use the electricity grid. By storing excess power during off-peak hours, when electricity costs are at their lowest, consumers can enjoy clean energy during peak times while benefitting from a reduction in monthly costs. In addition, the battery storage system provides critical back-up power during grid outages or blackouts.