INVTSolar Exhibits Latest Inverter at All-Energy Expo, Driving Towards Australian Net-Zero


All-Energy Australia 2022 was held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 26-27 October. It is the debut of INVTSolar’s XG series solar inverter in the Australian PV exhibition, which is received lots of interest from the audience with its various practical applications and high performance.


All-Energy Australia 2022


Countries around the world have started to roll out policies and targets to reduce energy consumption and emissions as energy prices increase dramatically and the climate issue becomes more challenging, and Australia is no exception. Australia has the highest uptake of solar globally, with around 30% of homes with rooftop solar PV. Clean Energy Regulator data shows that over 2.68 million rooftop solar power systems have been installed in Australia in total, as of 31 December 2020; that means one in four homes have solar panels on their roof. As one of the world’s sunniest areas, Australia has a solar capacity of 591 Watts per person, which is nearly eight times the world’s average.


All-Energy Australia 2022


The various steps taken in the region relating to clean energy in recent years, plus the excellent local lighting conditions, provide great prospects for the local PV market. The team led by George, the local manager of INVTSolar in Australia, exhibited at the event, showing solar+energy storage+EV charger solution and large-scale grid-tied commercial solar power plant solution. Among the products exhibited by INVTSolar, particularly showcased the single-phase on-grid inverter XG3-8kW and the hybrid inverter BD3-6kW-RL1, developed for residential scenarios, as well as the on-grid inverter XG100-136kW for large commercial solar power plants.



The solar+energy storage+EV charger solution is mostly used in local households, which can save most of the electricity cost. INVTSolar's solution features a combination of single-phase on-grid and hybrid inverters, the XG3-8kW inverter with a maximum input current of 20A, which is compatible with high power modules, equipped with 2 MPP trackers, smart I-V curve diagnosis and fault detection, IP66 protection degree, and can be remotely monitored. In addition to residential solar system, the large commercial inverter XG100-136kW also caught a lot of attention from visitors with 9-12MPP trackers, maximum efficiency of 98.7%, and a wide MPPT voltage range: 180V-1000V.


The drive for green energy by INVTSolar never stops and we look forward to partnering with more partners to facilitate the achievement of Australian net-zero future.