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The new Solis 255kW string inverter heralds a new era of powerful, utility-scale PV plant capabilities

About this webinar

Ginlong Solis is launching its latest utility-scale string inverter for the European market. The 255kW High Voltage inverter is a game changing solution, with the highest single unit power and largest number of MPPTs in the world. With up to 14 MPPTs and 28 string input capabilities, it can effectively solve problems associated with complex application scenarios in large-scale power station projects and reduce string mismatch issues, while adopting and harnessing the yield advantages of bifacial modules.

High-power components (500Wp + modules) are entering the mainstream with maximum string input current of 15A, with increasing demand for high-performance bifacial modules to support the lowest LCOE (Levelized Cost of Electricity).

Join this PV Tech TechTalk Product Series webinar to gain detailed insights that will include the following:

  • Why powerful string inverters are establishing market dominance
  • The Solis 1500V 255kW string inverter’s differentiators and compelling LCOE
  • The product’s intelligent operation and maintenance grid support capabilities






Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Gary Lam Head of Utility Business @ Solis USA

    With a degree in engineering gained at Rutgers University and over 10 years’ experience within the solar industry, Gary is a utility product specialist with expert knowledge of utility scale customers, products, and success criteria.

  • Guest speaker
    Pedro Wiesmann Sales Manager @ Solis Europe

    Working in various sectors across the renewable industry since 2006, Pedro has specialist knowledge of the renewable energy sector in Europe, building relationships with large sales and O&M companies across the region and developing Solis’ presence within the utility sector.

  • Team member
    Mark Osborne Senior News Editor @ PV Tech

    Mark Osborne has three decades of experience in covering both the semiconductor and photovoltaics manufacturing industries. In his current roles as senior news editor for PV Tech and sister technical journal, Photovoltaics International.

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