Emerson has supplied inverters for an 8MW extension to a solar park in Thailand called Wang Ploeng Solar.
The plant opened May 2013 and is owned by Natural Energy Development (NED) – a renewable development company founded in 2008 to increase solar in Thailand.
Emerson claims its inverters have multi-master modular architecture enabling the SPV to scale the inverter’s rated power capacity to match demand, so the inverter is more efficient throughout the day, also claiming nine modules to one inverter, improving tolerance to faults by restricting power loss.
“Solar inverter technology is at the heart of all solar plants,” said George Ow, Asia business director, Emerson Solar. “Our cost efficient multi-master architecture can improve the profitability of any utility-scale PV operation. I am really pleased that NED has chosen to use Emerson’s products at Lopburi.”