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Skytron energys Power Plant Contro

Berlin, Germany, January 27, 2014 – skytron energy, theinternationally renowned developer of monitoring, control and supervision systems for renewable energy power plants, has successfully completed the cETLus product safety test for their skycontrol power plant controller. The controller’s cETLusapproval to the UL/CSA 60950-1 equipment safety standardrounds offUL certification of skytron’s entire instrumentation and control rangefor renewable power plants and particularly for utility-scale photovoltaic installations. The system solution for solar applications covers the ArrayGuard series of industrystandard combiner boxes for DC distribution and realtime string current measurement;skyCONNi field sensors for irradiation, weather and status monitoring;skylog data loggers;the skycontrol plant controller for grid stability and balancing functions;and the PVGuardremote supervision platform. The control aspect of the system ensures the power plant’s flexibility in meeting local TSO/DSO grid connection regulations. Itsadd-on skycontrolRItelecontrol interface allows renewable power plants to leverage the various forms of electricity dispatching and trading, which is particularly important in regions without a national FIT. “To date, in collaboration with international EPC companies, we have installed our monitoring and control system in more than 4.5 GWp of solar power plants, 3 GWp of which are equipped with our plant controller”, says Alberto Gallego, Product Marketing Manager at skytron energy. “With cETLus listing now completed across our entire functional range, we are happy to be part of the exciting, fast growing U.S. solar market.”

 
     
 
   
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