Inverter supplier, Enecsys is set to unveil its enhanced monitoring system and showcase its new 480W Duo micro-inverter at this year’s EcoBuild.

Enecsys has designed the latest version of its monitoring system to help streamline the solar PV installation process by giving users and installers detailed, real-time information to ensure that the array is operating at an optimal level.

The UK operation based in Cambridge will use the exhibition platform to launch a new 480W Duo micro inverter with a peak efficiency of 96 percent. Enecsys claims that the new micro-inverter will deliver 5-20 percent more energy over the lifetime of the system. The unit works by accepting DC input from two individual solar modules converting the power into a single, grid-compliant AC output.

Bernd Kohlstruck, VP Sales and Marketing at Enecsys said: “Micro-inverters clearly offer significant advantages over string inverters when it comes to increased energy harvest, flexibility and safety. This, coupled with an increasing focus on renewable energy in new builds, has led to Enecsys seeing a strong demand for the technology, despite concern over changes to the feed-in tariff in the UK. We are looking forward to sharing more of the benefits at EcoBuild and introducing visitors to the new version of our monitoring system.”

Enecsys will be speaking at the Solar Hub, stand N3540 at the following times:  March 20 at 16.20, March 21 at 15.40 and March 22 at 13.40.

This year’s EcoBuild will be held at the London’s Excel Centre between March 20-22, the team behind the Solar Power Portal will be available to meet at stand N3705.