Kehua PV inverters support Polish  factory 

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Kehua has provided its inverters for a 10MW solar system at Promet-Plast, the first medical supply manufacturer with zero-carbon emissions in Poland. The factory’s multi-energy system not only generates solar power but also integrates wind energy, hydrogen production and lithium battery storage, achieving 100% use of renewable energy.

Project Information

Capacity: 10MW

Solution: 83 units of SPI125K-B and SPI100K-B inverters, with 20kV medium voltage technology

Location: Olawa, Poland

Scenario: Agrivoltaics for factory power generation

The project is estimated to generate 8,800 MWh of electricity per year, saving Promet-Plast significantly on electricity expenditure.

Kehua SPI100-125K-B series inverters support up to 9 MPPTs and 18 strings, with excellent string expansion capability. This largely avoids the waste of solar energy caused by inconsistent orientation of PV arrays. In addition, the intelligent sub-array communication box provides owners with effective and convenient system monitoring and management functions, enabling them to easily control each inverter, greatly improving the user experience. As a result, using Kehua inverters in PV projects not only solves communication issues, but also maximizes solar energy utilization while meeting a project’s technical and quality standards.

The reliability of Kehua solutions is reflected in multiple protection strategies. Specifically, the company’s inverters adopt a number of protection mechanisms, including temperature, surge and AC short circuit protection, achieving IP66 level, which effectively guarantees the safety and stability of a system.

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