From April 25-27, 2022, Tsun, together with our excellent distributor - Greto, participated in Green Power 2022, the largest renewable energy fair in Poland, at the Poznań International Fairgrounds.Rapid Shutdown Control and AC Coupled Unit were presented to the Polish customer. The booth was full of people both inside and outside and the atmosphere was hot.
TSUN TSOL-RSD-S series Rapid Shutdown Control Unit is a cost-effective fast shut-off device. Through one-button operation, the DC high voltage is limited to the roof or near the modules. In emergency situations such as fire, the personal safety of rescuers is protected to a certain extent to avoid electric shock accidents.
TSUN AC Coupled Unit which simplifies the whole energy storage system's installation process. The ACS series is composed of an AC coupled inverter, battery bank and pre-wired BMS system inside of a modern cabinet, embedded with connection devices and preset cable slot. Simple to install, safe, very reliable, and provides the lowest lifetime energy cost for retrofit customers.
Poland is located in Central Europe and is rich in sunlight resources. The average annual solar radiation is about 1,100-1,200 kWh per square metre, which makes the country a favourable market for the development of photovoltaic systems and a photovoltaic market with great potential and rapid growth.
By the end of February 2022, the installed PV capacity in Poland reached 8,768.1 MW , or almost 8.8 GW. In February this year alone, more than 45,000 new PV systems were installed, and PV also ranked first in the renewable energy sector, accounting for 48% of the total in February. According to the International Renewable Energy Institute (IEO), this energy supply is expected to reach up to 15 GW of capacity by 2025.
TSUN will continue to focus on innovation, develop and create more photovoltaic products and energy storage solutions with international appeal, provide more industry-leading energy solutions for the European market, and promote the development of new energy sources in Poland.