Huawei FusionSolar, a solution even for large plants

The innovation of Huawei string inverters has led some companies in the world to use them for the management of large plants instead of centralized inverters. This is thanks to their reliability, efficiency and simplicity of installation.

An 11 MW project in New Caledonia

Two years ago, the first 11 MW solar plant was designed in New Caledonia, a French territory located in the South Pacific, 1,200 kilometres east of Australia.

The execution of maintenance activities on key components such as centralized inverters, usually used for this size of the plant, would generally require specialized technicians and specific equipment that are not available on site and the cost for importation is high.

For this reason, this photovoltaic system in New Caledonia has been realized with Huawei string inverters, lighter and easier to install than the centralized ones.

All 43,000 solar panels of the project were networked using 300 Huawei FusionSolar inverters, each with a capacity of 33 kW. Now Huawei products can reach powers of up to 100 kW, so string inverters can also be used on large systems.

A plant at 4,000 meters in Argentina

Another example of a plant is the one being built in Argentina. The installed power will be 200 MW and will be located at 4,000 meters above sea level. Not all inverters operate at this altitude, but Huawei products have been successfully used in similar conditions in China.