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Power Electronics

Sumitomo Electric Industries said that its first 1MW CPV pilot plant in Ouarzazate City, Morocco has been completed.

In April 2013, Sumitomo Electric started to run an experiment on its CPV module on the property of its group company located in the suburb of Casablanca, Morocco.

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What are the similarities between a power module and an LED module? From the external point of view, there are very few. But if you enter the module structure, they both have to manage heat at different levels – a challenge that’s getting harder.

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Ingeteam is finalizing the launch of its new PV string inverter, which will make it possible to achieve a power output of 100 kWAC in a single, 75 kg unit. This inverter will be on show at the Solar-Tec fair in Cairo (Egypt) from the 4th to 6th December, and is set to go into production in June 2017.

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In the photovoltaic inverter industry Chinese companies have become important in a relatively short period of time. In 2015, for the first year, the Chinese manufacturers Sungrow and Huawei supplied more PV power conversion capacity than the historical leader, German firm SMA. In its Inverter Technology Trends and Market Expectations report, Yole Développement ranked Sungrow in top position in terms of installed power capacity, with over 8GW, followed by Huawei and SMA. Nevertheless, SMA continued to lead the PV inverter market in revenue earned, as the Chinese players are mainly supplying China and Southeast Asia, where prices are lower. One of Sungrow’s biggest challenges is now how to conquer the international market with their technology offerings.

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Joint venture to deploy a high-powered DC charging network for battery electric vehicles (BEV) covering long-distance travel routes in Europe. Power levels up to 350 kW significantly reduce charging time compared to available systems.

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Rogers, a global actor in engineered material solutions, announces the acquisition of DeWAL Industries, a manufacturer of high performance polymer films and pressure sensitive tapes. DeWAL’s business is highly complementary to Rogers’ Elastomeric Material Solutions business (“EMS”), enabling expansion into a close market adjacency, and increasing penetration into aerospace, electronics, and other attractive industrial verticals.

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