Delta Electronics’ 20kW PV inverters selected by Takara Leben for Japan’s first large-scale (15 MW) distributed solar PV power plant
Delta Electronics, Inc., a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, announced today that Japanese firm Takara Leben has selected Delta’s highly efficient 20kW photovoltaic (PV) inverters for Japan’s first large-scale distributed solar
"Delta’s corporate mission is ‘To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow’ and for the last 25 years we have been providing our long-term partners in Japan with innovative and state-of-the-art solutions. In addition to the integration of large-scale PV systems, Delta also provides PV inverters with high energy efficiency, salt water anti corrosion and easy-to-install features. In the renewable energy field, Delta offers PV inverters with energy conversion efficiency as high as 98.6%", said Mr. C.H. Ko, General Manager of Delta Electronics (Japan).
The solar power plant, located in a former golf course covering about 400,000m2 in Nakagawa-machi, Nasu-gun, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan, is being developed by Takara Leben which procured 750 units of Delta’s RPI-M20A PV inverters due to their flexibility over traditional centralized PV inverters. This proves that Delta’s technology suits different system design requirements and offers flexibility and ease of maintenance.
This solar installation in Japan will benefit from Delta’s 30+ years of experience in energy conversion efficiency. The RPI-M20A PV inverters are able to withstand adverse environmental conditions thanks to their IP65 waterproof casing, dust protection mechanism and salt water anti corrosion structure, highly necessary in areas such as Tochigi Prefecture. In addition, their versatility for this Japanese distributed solar PV project is significant given the particular shape of the old golf course land where the number of solar panels that can be installed in each hole area differs from one another.
Key features of Delta’s RPI-M20A PV inverters include:
- High energy conversion efficiency (Japan Industrial Standard-JIS: 97.5%) resulting in higher power output and higher electricity sales by the PV plant.
- Suitable for installation in outdoors without the need to invest in shelter infrastructure.
- No need for additional cooling equipment. This results in better OPEX and CAPEX savings.
- Helps maximize system power generation via the built-in string monitoring mechanism, saving the cost of monitoring equipment
- No need for DC string combiner box, reducing electronics malfunction risks while improving easy maintenance.
- Compact, easy to install, versatile and eco-friendly design suitable for installation in a wide range of areas and systems.
Delta Electronics (Netherlands) B.V.
Delta Group, founded in 1971, is the global leader in power and thermal management solutions. Our mission statement, “To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow,” focuses our role in addressing key environmental issues such as global climate change. As an energy-saving solutions provider, Delta's businesses encompass power electronics, energy management, and smart green life. Delta has sales offices worldwide and manufacturing facilities in Taiwan, China, USA, Europe, Thailand, Japan, Singapore, India, Mexico and Brazil.
Throughout its history, Delta Group has received many global awards and recognition for its business milestones, innovative technology and corporate social responsibility. Since 2011, Delta has been selected as a member of the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability™ World Index (DJSI World) for 3 consecutive years. In 2013 it was also included in the DJSI Emerging Markets Index and ranked first in six criteria among DJSI’s World-leading Electronic Equipment, Instrument and Component Companies segment.
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