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SolarMax to present self-consumption and storage range at Intersolar Europe 2014

SolarMax's HT inverter, oneof the products on display in Munich next month
Swiss inverter manufacturer, SolarMax, is to launch a range of PV self-consumption and storage technologies at Intersolar Europe next month.

The company said it would present a number of new inverter options specifically geared toward self-consumption as well a kit to upgrade existing SolarMax inverters to accommodate batteries.

Among the technologies on display will be an updated version of SolarMax’s P series inverters optimised for self-consumption, information on its new three-phase ‘TP’ series of inverters for 6-10kW PV arrays, due for release later this year, and the new HT string inverters for industrial and commercial power plants.

The company will also present information on a new upgrade kit that will allow its P series inverters to be retrofitted with the SolarMax P-Battery system, which is due for launch early next year.

SolarMax will be at booth 110 in hall B3 at Intersolar Europe in Munich in early June.

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