Solar Division


Today, the idea that a solar inverter is the heart of a photovoltaic plant, or more precisely that it is the heart and brain of the photovoltaic plant itself, is already commonplace.

Therefore we are convinced that the collaboration and support of renewable energy specialists (manufacturer of PV modules, system designers, planners, engineers, etc.) is indispensable in order to meet the needs of clients, allowing for the realization of state-of-the-art systems.

Our convertors guarantee elevated performance and energy out that maximises investments over time, so that every weather condition, even the least favourable, can be transformed into a secure source of profit during the system’s lifetime, ensuring economic yield and maximum production efficiency.

Our mission is to maintain our promise, providing installers with rational and intelligent solutions, allowing them to evaluate the feasibility of a modular or a centralised solution right from the initial planning stage, contributing to improving our lifestyle, thanks to the exploitation of the renewable and eco-sustainable rays of the sun.

For solar energy we mean the energy emitted by the sun and sent to earth as electromagnetic radiation. Using the sun as an energy source has its pros and cons: it is a source of clean, inexhaustible and abundant but is discontinuous in time. Moreover, the various climatic conditions and latitude influence of the solar radiation.

Photovoltaic technology can transform directly the energy associated with solar radiation into electricity using the photoelectric phenomenon also called “photovoltaic”. The term “photo” derives from the Greek “phos”, which means light and “volt” takes its roots from Alessandro Volta, first to study the electrical phenomenon. The photovoltaic effect “is known since 1839, and finds its basis in the experience of the French physicist Edmond Becquerel who presented at the Academy of Sciences of Paris his” Memorial on the electrical effects produced under the influence of sunlight “The physical theory explains the photovoltaic effect was published in 1905 by Albert Einstein that is why he received the Nobel Prize. When electromagnetic radiation involves a material can, under certain conditions, transfer energy to the outer electrons of the atoms of the material and if this is sufficient, the electron is free to move away from the atom source with that movement by producing an electric current, As described is the basis for the operation of a solar cell or photovoltaic panel regardless of its constitutive nature.

PV systems convert solar energy into electricity and can be used as a simple supply systems for small electronic devices, calculators, watches, or to implement more advanced systems, capable of providing an electricity supply for the operation of pumps for ‘water, communication systems, lighting of homes and many other applications. In most cases, the supply of electricity through photovoltaic systems, is the most economical solution in order to perform the tasks listed above that provide an opportunity for global development without risk to the health of people and disruption of ecosystems in which live. The sun has a very high energy potential and is capable of providing an amount of energy at least 3500 times higher than the average annual consumption of the world population.

Using this source of free energy, clean and inexhaustible could allow us to free ourselves from dependence on oil and other polluting energy sources and eco-friendly, avoiding the adverse effects of such climatic changes and rising global temperature of the planet. Choose to install a photovoltaic system represents an investment return from certain and easily calculated, thanks to funding provided by the various national laws in the various accounts related to energy and incentive rates provided the total energy produced in force in different countries.