In the first six months of the year, KACO new energy GmbH has received a record number of orders amounting to 1.4GW.
"In many parts of the world, the costs of using photovoltaics are competitive with conventional sources of energy. As a consequence, the global demand for PV arrays is rising and that state-of-the-art technology as delivered by KACO new energy is benefitting largely from that," said CEO Ralf Hofmann.
"A service case can be handled much easier, downtime and loss of yield are being minimised, and the security of energy supplies is enhanced," explains Ralf Hofmann.
"We are recording keen interest in German solar technology. Customers and potential customers undertaking project development, are looking especially closely to see which providers offer them reliable components for the long term, in order to guarantee yield targets. We are in a good position, thanks in particular to the introduction of the blueplanet 50.0 TL3 INT last year," said David Mabille, Chief Sales Officer.
David Mabille is also optimistic for the future: "Next year we will be opening up a new market segment with the blueplanet 125 TL3 for 1500-volt arrays. And we are planning to launch a new storage product for commerce and industry, the battery inverter blueplanet gridsave 50.0 TL3, before the end of this year."