Ginlong Technologies, a global leader in photovoltaic string inverter manufacturing, expanded its Solis portfolio with the launch of a new hybrid storage solutions and 5G commercial inverter for the Australia solar market at the All-Energy Australia event in Melbourne.

The Ginlong Solis team had a successful run at All-Energy Australia, Australia’s largest national showcase of clean and renewable energy, on 23-24 October.

Ginlong Solis exhibited its broad product portfolio at its booth, with its award-winning ‘Top Brand PV Inverter by EuPD’ fifth generation 5G series Solis commercial inverters being the highlight of the exhibit.

General Manager – Director of Solis Australasia, Peter Hamilton, said it was a successful show for the Solis team.

”We had large numbers of interested visitors to our stand and many enthusiastic discussions about our Solis Commercial & Utility scale solutions,” Mr Hamilton said.

Solis exhibited its hybrid energy storage solution and the new Solis Energy Storage inverter, which brings industry-defining reliability to the solar-plus-battery market.

Designed for flexibility and performance, the intelligent hybrid platform offers seven models, all featuring the latest safety components and dynamic MPPTs to ensure maximum ROI.

The Solis-80K-5G commercial inverter is designed for large-scale roof-mounted and solar farm installations. It supports both 1.5 times DC/AC ratio and max input current of 13A per string, a perfect match for high efficiency bi-facial modules.

Ginlong Solis company has been developing string inverter solutions and distributing its products through a global network of expert installation, service and sales partners since 2005. Ginlong Solis also have more than 11 global service offices across the world, offering local, reliable service technicians on the phone and in the field.

So far, more than 10GW of string inverters have been installed globally. Ginlong Solis’s cost-effective solutions for residential, commercial, and utility-scale users deliver value at every level of the solar supply chain, engaging homeowners and businesses, as well as power producers and investors across the globe.

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