Delta launches a new Product Line on the Market - the ASP off-grid Inverter Series
Delta Energy Systems (Germany) GmbH will soon also offer inverters which are not depending on the electrical grid - so-called off-grid inverters or stand-alone inverters.
The growth strategy of the company will now be consistently further developed within the sector of off-grid solutions, due to the introduction of the ASP product family. One of the most well-known names on the off-grid market will be reintroduced with the purchase of the Swiss traditional company Delta Renewable Energy Systems (Switzerland) AG (formerly ASP Advanced Solar Products AG). The ASP inverters have been produced since 1992 and have been used worldwide - even in the most remote locations and under the most difficult conditions - with the goal of providing energy at all times. The products will be included in the Delta product portfolio and will be further developed.
The Delta ASP series includes the product lines Delta ASP Piccolo, Domino, Allegro and Top Class with an output power ranging between 150 W and 9.6 kW and will be sold through Delta's global distribution network. Alongside this, the service will also be directly taken over and implemented by Delta. Parallel to this, new and future-oriented solutions will be researched and developed in the off-grid sector.
Delta Energy Systems (Germany) GmbH
Delta Electronics Group is a worldwide brand leader in the manufacture of switching power supplies and an important supplier of video displays and electronic components for computers, telecommunications, networking, medical and industrial applications and renewable energies. Worldwide, Delta has a workforce of more than 80,000 employed in sales, development and production.
The Delta Energy Systems subsidiary has been investing since 1999 in the development and worldwide distribution of the solar inverter programme and makes a successful contribution to Delta's mission of supplying innovative, environmentally friendly and efficient energy solutions for a better tomorrow.