US solar optimiser manufacturer Ampt has announced plans to deliver 195MW of string optimisers to what it has called a “utility-scale solar-plus-storage project” in North America.
The optimisers improve the overall efficiency of a solar-plus-storage facility by tracking the power output of individual strings within PV modules, and transferring this power to a DC bus, the power distribution system often used in solar modules. Electricity transferred to the DC bus is done so at a high, fixed voltage, which could improve the power output of the entire system.
(The above content is reproduced from pv-tech，By JP Casey）
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Post time: Sep-13-2023