Ingeteam Solar And Storage Inverters Arrive At Energy Matters

Ingeteam inverters - solar and battery

Australian solar provider Energy Matters has announced it is now offering the premium European solar and battery inverter brand, Ingeteam.

Ingeteam may be a new name to many Australians, but the company has been operating since 1972 and manufacturing quality solar PV components for the last 16 years at its state-of-the-art facilities in Pampalona, Spain.

More than 5 gigawatts of Ingeteam solar inverters have been shipped to date, with the company’s products appearing in everything from small scale rooftop solar installations to utility-scale solar farms. A well-known local project using Ingeteam is Royalla Solar Farm in Canberra, which features twenty 1MW Ingeteam INGECON inverters.

According to Energy Matters, Ingeteam inverters are very efficient, compact, well-suited to Australian conditions and very competitively priced – perfect for many residential and commercial installation scenarios.

Ingeteam solar inverters

Energy Matters states it is initially stocking:

  • INGECON SUN 1Play (single-phase, 4.6 kW)
  • INGECON SUN STORAGE 1Play (single-phase hybrid inverter, 6 kW)
  • INGECON SUN 3Play (3-phase single, 15 kW)
  • INGECON SUN 3Play (3-phase, 33 kW)

The range will be expanded according to local demand.

The INGECON SUN STORAGE will be of particular interest to Australians considering adding home battery systems to new solar installations or retrofitting an existing system.

To celebrate the new arrival and also as part of Energy Matters’ ongoing 10th birthday celebrations, the company will be offering offering deep discounts on systems featuring Ingeteam inverters.

Further information on Ingeteam and the solar inverter products currently available from Energy Matters can be viewed here, or by calling 133 SUN.

It’s certainly been a busy and successful year for Ingeteam; which is rapidly increasing its presence on the global solar and storage scene.

Among its many projects, Ingeteam unveiled a mobile renewable energy storage laboratory at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Petten, the Netherlands in April. Housed in a standard shipping container, it features a 166 kVA power conversion system (PCS) and  energy management system (EMS) manufactured by Ingeteam, along with 180 kWh of batteries.

In February, the company completed the first hybrid plant in Brazil to be connected to the public grid. The solar aspect of the installation combined 90 kilowatts of solar panel capacity, a 276 kWh sodium battery bank and Ingeteam battery inverters.