Fuji Electric India Showcases Central Solar Inverter PVI1500 series at REI Expo 2023
With remote solar panel monitoring and diagnostic service, the inverters can improve productivity and reduce downtime.
October 05, 2023. By Anurima Mondal
Speaking about the launch, Shivaji Waghmare, CEO, Fuji Electric India, “As global warming concerns continue to mount, the expansion of renewable energy sources, particularly solar power, has gained prominence. We have ventured into this sector, focussing on developing a high-efficiency power conditioning system (PCS), incorporating internally produced power semiconductors. Fuji Electric holds a notable 15 percent market share in Japan, reflecting its commitment to delivering reliable solutions. We wish to replicate that in India.”
Power conditioning system (PCS) is a critical component of solar power generation. PCS converts DC power generated by solar panels into AC power for practical use, making its efficiency and capacity pivotal factors in the overall effectiveness of solar energy facilities.
Fuji Electric India specializes in streamlining the operations and maintenance of solar power generation facilities, ensuring their long-term stability and efficiency.
‘We are committed to delivering innovative solutions that enhance the performance and reliability of the solar power generation equipment. Our solar panel diagnostic services offer customers peace of mind, knowing that their solar facilities are in capable hands,” added Waghmare.
Fuji Electric India produces world-class automation products for various applications. It is the leading supplier of drives and automation products in both the domestic and export markets. It has a strong distribution network for sales and distribution of replacement parts.
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