Sputnik Engineering for the first time at InterSOLUTION in Ghent

Sputnik Engineering AG will show its latest product innovations in Ghent from 27 to 29 January. It was just last year that the Swiss manufacturer opened a branch in Brussels which will operate under the guiding hand of key account manager Paul Van der Goten. "In recent years the Belgian solar market has achieved impressive growth rates.

We are pleased to have the opportunity to show our new inverters for grid-connected solar plants at the industry´s InterSOLUTION trade fair," says Daniel Freudiger, managing director of Sputnik Engineering International AG.

In Ghent, Sputnik Engineering will present its new string inverters in the SolarMax MT series with rated outputs of 10 to 15 kilowatts. These inverters have a multi-tracking concept and exceptional efficiency which enables them to get the best performance out of any photovoltaic plant. In addition, the Swiss manufacturer will introduce the new central inverters of the SolarMax TS series with rated outputs of 50 to 300 kilowatts. In response to short-term grid failures the devices are capable of remaining on the grid and, hence, of actively supporting it. Furthermore, Sputnik will be highlighting the features and benefits of the SolarMax 330TS-SV. It is the best choice for PV installations which are connected directly to medium voltage grids. As many as four inverters can be integrated into one station and feed their power directly via a medium-voltage transformer into the grid.

Visit us in Ghent!

Come by and let Daniel Freudiger, Paul Van der Goten and the Sputnik team tell you about the product innovations, future market and technology trends as well as other plans at Sputnik Engineering AG. You will find us in Hall 1, stand 1120. Additional information: www.intersolution.be.

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Date: 25 January 2011
Source: Sputnik Engineering AG

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