Solarcentury installs a 5 megawatts solar park in Great Britain using SolarMax inverters

(PresseBox) (Biel, ) One of the largest solar parks in Great Britain has sprung up on Mingay Farm in Cambridgeshire. The British company Solarcentury installed the 14 hectare park with an output of five megawatts.

In the County of Cambridgeshire solar radiation is good, comparable with that in the south of Germany. The 19,960 solar modules installed in the Mingay Farm project generate enough energy to supply up to 1,200 homes and the solar power station will save 55,000 tons of carbon dioxide in 25 years.

Solarcentury designed the system using 14 SolarMax 330TS-SV devices for the inverters. They feed their power directly from the SolarMax power station into the local energy supplier's medium voltage network. The inverters are particularly long-lasting and reliable thanks to the use of film capacitors and the intelligent monitoring of power semiconductors. With a maximum efficiency of 98 percent they also work very productively, which is confirmed by Jan Muller, Head of Technology at Solarcentury: "The SolarMax inverters have proved to be exceptionally efficient and powerful", says Muller. "What we also really appreciate is the technical support and advice by Sputnik that we can always rely on during the development and implementation of our projects."

That is why Solarcentury is also trusting in Swiss quality products from Sputnik Engineering AG for its follow-up projects. The British company does not just want to use more SolarMax inverters in Great Britain but also in Italy, France and Spain.


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