Power Electronics to deliver clean energy and storage to California

Power Electronics

Power Electronics, a leading manufacturer of power conversion technologies, announced this Tuesday it will deliver clean energy and storage solutions to the growing California market. It will participate in 9 of the new projects to be promoted in this territory.

Firstly, the company is the world’s leading manufacturer of power conversion systems for energy storage; a leading manufacturer of solar inverters for photovoltaic plants in Europe, Oceania, and America.

Moreover, its products are present in nearly 1,300 plants in 35 countries around the world. It also closed 2021 with a figure of 50GW of installed AC power; which has prevented the discharge of more than 60.5 million tons of CO2 into the environment.

Particularly in California, the company will supply technology with a storage capacity of 6.4 GWh; will include both battery inverters and solar storage for a total amount of 1.6GW. As a result, the Arizona-based company will become one of the suppliers of 11.5 GW of clean energy ordered by the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission in California.

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Power Electronics closed 2021 with 25% more installed capacity

These measures come as part of the SB100 policy; which intends to push California to have 100% clean energy by 2045.

About the relevance of the company’s participation in the California market, David Salvo, CEO of Power Electronics, said. “This project is evidence that we continue leading the energy transition worldwide and that an increasing number of countries are joining the process.”

He also remarked that Power Electronics is not only the world’s largest manufacturer of energy conversion systems but also the leading manufacturer of solar inverters in the US. Consequently, its participation represents a strong start for the company.

Finally, the executive remarked the fact that the company closed 2021 with 25 % more installed capacity than the previous year. “This 2022 is going to be key to continue growing in the United States, Latin America, and Europe,” reiterated Salvo.

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