INVTSolar XG100KTR Inverter Boosted the 1.707MW PV Plant to Connect the Grid Successfully
In January 2023, INVTSolar powered Zhongye Changtian International Engineering Co., Ltd.(CIE) built a 1.707MW rooftop solar power project in Changsha, China, as successfully connected to the grid. 15 sets of XG100KTR three-phase on-grid inverters from INVTSolar were employed to enable the development of metallurgical industry core equipment to be green from the source.
CIE is a high-tech company in the metallurgical industry for the development, integrated manufacturing, and service of major core equipment and energy-saving and environmental protection equipment, takes its permanent pursuit as “continuously providing its innovative and clear production technology on energy-saving and cost-reducing to contribute all its mind to make our water cleaner, our sky bluer and our air fresher”.
"Energy saving and consumption reduction" is the essential step to promote the reduction of cost and efficiency of companies. As a leader in metallurgical equipment manufacturing, its equipment technology has assisted many large and mid-sized iron and steel companies to reduce costs and increase efficiency while CIE also attaches particular importance to energy saving and consumption reduction of its own equipment manufacturing. The installation of the 1.707MW solar project is an important part of its efforts to achieve a green energy upgrade.
INVTSolar's popular model XG100KTR solar inverter is broadly applied in distributed commercial and industrial rooftop solar power plants, and its superior performance and high-cost performance have been proven in various PV projects. After the project goes on the grid, the annual power generation capacity can reach 1.49 million kWh, which can greatly reduce the cost of electricity for manufacturing.
As the saying goes, “All rivers into the sea.” We all are going forward with the same goal in different ways.
We will continue upholding the “Powered by solar, cool the earth” pursuit and market-oriented, customer-centralized to promote the development of a low-carbon future.