Utility scale photovoltaic inverters to 1,760 kWp
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Control Techniques is a part of Emerson, a Fortune 500 company with outstanding bankability in the eyes of the financial community.
Control Techniques uses standard mass produced inverter modules that are used in both industrial and PV applications. The modules are based on a mature design that is proven to be robust.
Control Techniques PV Inverters are efficient, and because of our unique modular inverter solution, we switch on sooner and off later, efficiently generating more energy with lower irradiance levels than single inverter solutions.
Control Techniques understands the time pressures associated with PV plant installations; our project management teams work tirelessly to ensure you meet your start up deadlines.
Control Techniques inverters are fault tolerant: In the event that an inverter module trips, the inactive module is isolated so that the system can continue generating. System redundancy can also be specified for critical applications.
Control Techniques employs more than 1,500 people, the majority of whom are located within engineering centers around the World, focussed on project engineering and support for our energy conversion products.
Control Techniques can provide as much or as little of the PV inverter system as you need, from a single Inverter to a complete solution incorporating string connection boxes, transformer, shelter, medium voltage switch and SCADA .
Extended warranties and service contracts for up to 20 years are available to ensure the highest energy yield is maintained over the lifetime of the plant.
Control Techniques is geared up to mass-produce standard modules with high availability to support the growth of the PV industry.
Control Techniques systems are already installed in over 30 large scale PV power plants around the world.