Posts of category: DConnect
Agri-photovoltaics is not new and has been a topic of interest to farmers and engineers for ten years. But agri-photovoltaics alone does not mean electricity self-sufficiency. Feeding it into the grid entails enormous dependence on the grid operator - on the one hand due to constantly changing feed-in tariffs and on the other hand due to limitations on the grid connection capacity. Only the combination with battery storage to optimise self-consumption and the expansion of one's own direct current grid for highly efficient self-consumption or direct sale to neighbours creates true self-sufficiency and independence.
The subject of conversion losses must not be underestimated. Depending on the system and components, energy losses of between 20-40 percent can occur. Energy that is lost and costs you money. For the first time, we'll show you at FAKUMA that there's another way. Together with Wittmann, we'll be operating an injection moulding machine directly from a salt battery storage system at the trade fair in hall B1 at stand 1204 – and with direct current and almost no conversion losses.
A solar roof with many modules as well as different orientations and everything is brought together on one inverter. This is only possible with AMPTs and a small DC microgrid. Highly efficient due to low conversion losses and optimised for self-consumption with the salimax® salt battery storage system from innovenergy®.
Constant power cuts were causing problems for the Gacha Foundation in western Cameroon. With the new DConnect® solution from innovenergy® and the Antenna Foundation, there is finally continuous electricity – and it is fully ecological! In Africa, of all places, an emerging continent full of opportunities, this state-of-the-art technology is being implemented for the first time as a pilot project.
80 innovenergy® DConnect® projects for commercial, industrial and agricultural applications in Germany, Austria and Switzerland will be equipped with AMPT string optimisers.
The current situation is critical. Electricity self-sufficiency is becoming inevitable! Therefore, PV must be used maximally and highly efficiently. Alternative salt battery storage systems and private DC grids help with more profitability and double harvesting.