The UK arm of Austrian inverter manufacturer, Fronius, will be demonstrating its new range of energy storage devices at Solar Energy UK (SEUK).
The company claims that its new products and solutions represent a "significant step towards 24 hours of sun – the company's vision for the future of energy supply".
Fronius UK will be exhibiting its new Symo Hybrid three phase inverter at the trade show. The modular nature of the inverter allows the storage unit to be expanded.
In addition, Fronius will be offering its Fronius Smart Meter for the first time in the UK. The bidirectional meter allows users to get a clear overview of their self-consumption.
The company will also be demonstrating its range of inverters for other sectors of the UK solar industry such as the transformerless Agilo TL for the commercial sector and its new Datamanager communication centre for its inverters.
Looking ahead, Fronius will be teasing some of its products that are due to be released next year. This includes a new single phase, transformerless inverter called the Fronius Primo. The company claims that the inverter is highly communicative and has been optimised for energy management. The inverter will be released in early 2015 and will be available in 3.6 and 8.2kW power categories.
Fronius will be exhibiting at stand A30 during SEUK at Birmingham NEC, 14-16 October.
Source: Solar Power Portal