GE Solar inverters now available in the Australian market – pv magazine Australia

The three solutions in this portfolio include the GEP 3 to 5 kW, 2 MPPT, Single-phase inverter, the GEP 5-10 kW, 3 MPPT, single-phase inverter and lastly the GEP 29.9-60 kW, up to 6 MPPT, three-phase inverter catering for the C&I sector. All the inverters are backed by a 10-year warranty.

GE branded inverters are manufactured by GoodWe under the name ‘GE Solar Inverter’. GE selected GoodWe as their licensed partner in 2020 as a move to expand its renewable energy activity. GoodWe is GE’s preferred choice of partner due to the organisation’s commitment to quality assurance and technical innovation.

Thomas Buccellato, Senior Managing Director of GE Licensing said: “Our analysts knew we needed world-class products, as we will be targeting the high end of the market where end-user loyalty to the brand also comes with high expectations. GoodWe is the right choice.”

As part of the rigid licensed partner selection process, solar inverter manufacturers were carefully scrutinised in every detail and assessed against a list of carefully drafted selection criteria put together by a group of elite researchers and scientists.

The latest and most advanced features have been reserved for GE products, which will give consumers access to solar products of the highest quality and reliability. Furthermore, a dedicated GE Solar Inverter team works to ensure homeowners and businesses in Australia have access to a unique and cost-effective product, which offers a glimpse into the world of intelligent solar energy.

GE Solar Inverter’s goal is to be a major contributor towards Australia’s renewable energy transition and a major technological innovator in the ever-growing Australian solar industry.

The inverters are now available to purchase from GE Solar Inverter’s nominated partners, One Stop Warehouse and MMEM Green Tech.

Source: https://www.pv-magazine-australia.com/press-releases/ge-solar-inverters-now-available-in-the-australian-market/

February 26, 2021 Harry Hall