The MT-Series inverters are compliant and 100% safe for connection to European grids
GoodWe has become the first non-European PV inverter manufacturer to receive an official certification from Germany’s authoritative TÜV Rheinland, validating that its C & I and utility grade MT-Series inverter has passed the latest version of the VDE-AR-N 4110-2018 ‘Technical Requirements for the connection and operation of customer installations to the medium voltage network’ issued by the VDE Testing and Certification Institute.
To give some context: the VDE-AR-N 4110-2018 constitutes a set of diversified conditions put in place by the VDE Institute that network operators, plant operators and also component manufacturers such as GoodWe need to meet in order to ensure the safe and stable connection of energy generating equipment to European electric grids.
The latest version of this set of technical requirements (Guideline FGW TG 4 Rev.9) derives mainly from European network codes and contains “expanded requirements for fault ride-through of short voltage drop as well as for providing reactive powers through decentralized power generating plants”.
The fact that GoodWe has passed this set of requirements certifies that the MT-Series is fully compliant with European regulations and that the connection of the MT-Series inverter to European grids is safe and will not disrupt their stable performance.
The doors of Europe are now open for the GoodWe MT-Series
The MT-Series is one of GoodWe’s most successful and globalized inverters. For the past two years, the number of deployments of this inverter across the world has multiplied, contributing to raising its reputation, which is considered, thanks to its outstanding DC oversizing of 50% and full operation at extreme temperatures, one of the most cost-effective in the industry with the lowest LCOEs.
On the back of its enormous success in markets such as India, Turkey and Brazil and after being selected by a number of international EPCs, the GoodWe MT-Series landed last year in Europe with landmark projects in Hungary, where it was selected thanks to its remarkable functionality, which includes PLC Communications and string level monitoring.