Prioritizing Safety in Photovoltaic Power Stations


Recent years have witnessed a rapid surge in the global photovoltaic industry, with the projected newly installed photovoltaic capacity for 2022 reaching an impressive 230GW. While the pursuit of sustainable development remains a key focus, the issue of power security looms large.

Numerous countries, including those in Europe and the United States, have been increasingly vocal about elevating safety standards for photovoltaic systems. Among the pivotal components that can significantly enhance the safety of these systems are micro-inverters. Projections indicate that the global micro-inverter market is poised to soar to a staggering $34 billion by 2025.

In photovoltaic systems, the confluence of component voltages can precipitate various safety hazards such as aging cable connections, connector failures, model mismatches, virtual connections in the DC circuit, and close proximity of conductors with opposite polarities leading to insulation failure. Under the influence of high voltage, these conditions can trigger DC arcs, potentially resulting in open flames and fires. Micro-inverters, with their low-voltage characteristics, offer a fundamental preventive measure against such occurrences.

Apart from addressing safety concerns, the widespread adoption of micro-inverters hinges on resolving another critical challenge: cost.

Invertechs, a rising player in this arena, boasts a robust core foundation. Notably, the core team members of Invertechs bring over a decade of industry experience to the table, with a wealth of expertise in micro-inverter product development and the establishment of industry standards. Invertechs leverages advanced technological advantages and innovation capabilities to deliver cutting-edge solutions in the realm of micro-inverters.