China's Hoymiles Will Provide Tiny Inverters For South Africa's Largest Photovoltaic Project

- May 23, 2018-

Recently, Chinese manufacturer Hoymiles announced that it has provided a miniature inverter for South Africa's photovoltaic project.The project is located in a commercial building in Johannesburg. Its 158kW roof system USES the company's mi-600 inverter, which tracks and monitors the maximum power points of the module.

Hoymiles local distributors Ellies photovoltaic solar head said, "I am very happy to be able to project and Hoymiles in Johannesburg on cooperation, this is by far the largest project of its kind in South Africa.In the future, we will continue to work closely with Hoymiles to develop ways to help users safely build and operate high-production photovoltaic power stations.Our success with Hoymiles in South Africa is a good start.Ellies also assists in system design.

Hoymiles says the project can now be expanded to 200kW. according to the manufacturer of the micro inverter in South Africa was a great driver, because the focus is on any specific installation power costs level, rather than purchasing process dominated by the capital expenditure.The project is similar to Hoymiles's 3.6MW device in China, which is said to be the country's largest photovoltaic project.