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  1. 1. Power-One Roberto Luchetti Sales Area Manager Central-Eastern Europe
  2. 2. 1 Power-One Inc. • Headquarter in Camarillo, CA USA • Listed on Nasdaq (PWER) • Founded in 1973 with exclusive focus on Power Supply Business • Annual Sales Revenue ~ US$ 1 Billion • Second largest inverter manufacturer • 3400 employees world-wide
  3. 3. 2 Global Presence Manufacturing Centers Corporate HeadquartersR&D Centers Sales/Service Offices Dominican Republic Carlsbad, CA Switzerland Singapore Penang, Malaysia Shenzhen, ChinaCamarillo, CA Slovakia Italy San Jose, CA Andover, MA Belgium Ireland United Kingdom Norway Germany Moscow Dubai, UAE Sydney Philippines Shanghai, China Beijing, China Japan, Tokyo Dallas, TX Chicago, IL France
  4. 4. Renewable Energy Inverters Residential, commercial and utility scale | 2kW to 2.5MW Residential & Small Commercial (solar) - Single-Phase & 3-Phase String Commercial & Utility (solar) - Central Inverter Utility (wind) - Central Inverter 3
  5. 5. 1. Solarvolt is the Brand name and Odema s.r.o is the name of the company 2. Odema was established in 1995 3. One of the Biggest official Distributor of Power One in World 4. One of the Biggest official Distributor of Moser Baer, India(Solar Panels) 5. Helping clients to get all the needed permissions and with its partners also doing Turnkey Projects 6. Known for prompt services and attractive prices 7. Solarvolt (Odema s.r.o) is looking for long term partners and sub distributors.
  6. 6. 5 Secure your long term investment, select your supplier carefully based on: 1) Company related criteria Financial strenght Experience Ranking References Warranties and Services Local Presence Availability of product; distribution network; speed and consistency with supplies ... 2) Product related criteria... Criteria for choosing technology
  7. 7. 6 Cost of Ownership = OPeration EXpenditure + CApital EXpenditure Low OPEX with the Benefit of a Competitive CAPEX Reliability - no fan (residential units) or redundant fan (commercial units). - no electrolytic caps or reduced numbers of electrolytic caps. - industrial grade components. - conformal coating of electronic assemblies. - accurate thermal design. - strife test and life cycle test - remote control and product upgrade OPEX Continuity of operation – Modular Central Approach - minimum loss of energy production in case of single failure from 6.8% (PVI-CENTRAL-300) to 23% (PVI-CENTRAL-150). - sizeable of PVI-CENTRAL for redundancy: no energy production loss in case of failure. Repair - electronic assemblies, fuses, electro-mechanicals, surge suppressors, fans and mechanical parts are common throughout the whole PVI-CENTRAL family. Reduced inventory. - Front pluggable sub assembly for simple and quick repair of PVI-CENTRAL inverters. LOWER YOUR COST
  8. 8. INCREASE YOUR PERFORMACES  ROI PV inverter selection highlighted parameters and features • Efficiency – ratio between the output and input power (energy) • MPPT algorithm Transfer of the Maximum Power; Number of MPPT channels • MPPT Input voltage range => PV field design and exploitation • Environmental stability: temperature range, dust and humidity • Protections: IP rating, anti-islanding, ground fault, leakage, surge… • Simple installation, operation and maintenance • Ability to meet the grid operator requirements and standards • Data processing => software and communication • Safe operation: health accidents prevention 7
  9. 9. 8 Double independent MPPT input High speed MPPT and high MPPT accuracy Immunity to voltage dips and micro grid brown outs Input voltage range, Vmax/Vmin>4 (long harvesting) NEMA4x Wide operating temp range: -25°C / 60°C No-electrolytic capacitors: longer field life RS485 Optional: wireless data channel 97.8% maximum efficiency 10.0KW 12.5KWI Transformerless inverters for residential/commercial applications 10 Years Standard WARRANTY
  10. 10. Generating Higher Yield Than Competitors MPPT – full power Operating range Vin (DC)
  11. 11. Scalable architecture based on 55kW conversion modules Up to 50°C without power derating Easy management of replacement parts Front access to all components Electronics separated from the electromechanical compartment The Aurora PVI-CENTRAL benefits: Modularity Aurora PVI Central
  12. 12. 11 Inverters for Commercial and Utility Applications(con’d) Central architecture. Distributed architecture (with string inverters). Modular central architecture. Con’s Power production loss until the full recovery of inverter functionality. Pro’s Cost effective BOS. Con’s Higher cost of BOS. Pro’s Negligible impact of single fault on power production. Reduced loss of production in case of single fault with the benefits of a cost effective BOS. Better availability, easier maintenance.
  13. 13. 12 Centralized Inverters – Main Benefits (cont’d) Higher Availability Driven by the Modular Approach. Loss of energy production/fault/year 0,075% 0,120% 0,372% 0,180% 0,270% 0,548% 0,000% 0,200% 0,400% 0,600% 0,800% 1,000% 1,200% 1,400% PVI-CENTRAL-300 PVI-CENTRAL-200 PVI-CENTRAL-100 Non modular implementation: 1,1% Master-slave configuration Multi-master configuration Calculation based on the assumption of 4 days to fully resume operation after fault & PVI-500.0
  14. 14. Monitoring/Asset Management Product Offerings 13 Solution Description Solar Plant Vision 2.0 Advanced analytics, performance, event management and troubleshooting features for the Plant Operations Manager Solar Business Vision Portfolio Asset and Energy Value Management for the Project Development Manager Green Marketing Lobby displays for plants or portfolios Single-plant end user Web 2.0 apps Mobile apps SOS Turn key solar network operations center (NOC) Enables maximum portfolio uptime Leverages SaaS solution Insight Platform API & Open Premise Platform Development tools for creating new energy apps Development community to drive innovation Over 200 participating companies
  15. 15. 14 Centralized Inverters - Value added solutions Integrated power stations PVI-STATION-600 660KWac PVI-STATION-1000 1.00MWac PVI-STATION-1300 1.30MWac Transportable concrete housing Factory Pre-assembled and tested Drop shipped to customer’s site Inclusive of • PVI-CENTRAL inverters • LV/MV transformer • LV and MV switch gears • Remote monitoring
  16. 16. Just a few references photo gallery 15
  17. 17. Photo Gallery 34MW park in Arnedo Spain
  18. 18. 17 Our partner Mosmirovce 525KW+475KW, Slovakia
  19. 19. 18 Solar park with 3MW+3MW Lučenec Slovakia
  20. 20. 19 1MW Zvadka nad Haranom, Slovakia
  21. 21. 4.596MW Kroměříž. Czech Republic PVI 12.5 OUTD FS CZ and Moser Baer Panels.
  22. 22. 2MW Czech Republic PVI 12.5 OUTD FS CZ
  23. 23. 1,1MW Chrudim
  24. 24. 2.895,25kWp Proprietà: Coop Italia CNNA Località: Polo logistico Prato (PO) Progettazione: INRES s.c. 2.895,25kWp Proprietà: Coop Italia CNNA Località: Polo logistico Prato (PO) Progettazione: INRES s.c. Prato Italy: 3MW roof top PV installation (one of the largest in Europe)
  25. 25. 700KW noise control barrier on the A22 Italy-Austria highway
  26. 26. Contact Solarvolt Taurani Rakesh Odema s.r.o Nabrezie Slobody +421424428922 +421911808899(M) taurani@solarvolt.sk www.solarvolt.sk Contact Power-One Roberto Luchetti Power-One Inc. +421 915755670 roberto.luchetti@power-one.com www.power-one.com
  27. 27. Thank you for your kind attention. We wish you all a lot of Sunny Days