onsemi will integrate its EliteSiC MOSFETs into Sineng’s utility-scale solar inverter. onsemi is working with Sineng Electric to bring a utility-scale solar inverter to market. The initiative is a collaboration between the two companies and will launch the first 200kW Energy Storage System (ESS).
The two companies announced the collaboration just 21 days ago. They had been working together on a series of solutions that maximize several solar-related processes, including solar inverters, energy storage, and power conversion systems.
The companies working relationship has produced a utility-scale solar string inverter that was just launched in the marketplace. The companies are saying it is offering simplicity of design, reduced maintenance costs, and reduced downtime to a centralized inverter system.
Along with the EliteSiC is the IGBT-based high-density power integrated modules (PIMs). The adoption of the single-stage PIM with multi-level topology in a 200kW ESS enables greater system efficiency and a lower total cost of ownership.
“onsemi supports us in solving the most challenging technical problems such as system-level design, simulations, thermal analysis, and creation of sophisticated control algorithms,” said Qiang Wu, chairman of Sineng Electric. “Integrating the highly efficient EliteSiC technology enables us to develop and implement cutting-edge renewable energy solutions tailored to our customer’s needs. In combination with Onsemi’s end-to-end SiC supply chain, we have the supply assurance to plan for long-term growth.”
“Together, we will leverage the benefits of onsemi’s high-performance products and Sineng Electric’s expertise in power electronics system design to deliver industry-leading solutions for sustainable energy applications,” said Asif Jakwani, senior vice president and general manager, of Advanced Power Division, onsemi. “Our continuous pursuit to improve overall system efficiency plays a pivotal role in society moving towards the goal of a net-zero emissions future.”
To find out more about the collaboration between Sineng Electric and onsemi see the Sineng website, here.
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