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Fully equipped for the grid of tomorrow with Fronius inverters

As the number of decentralised energy generators rises, so too does the need for an intelligent power grid. In the Smart Grid of the future, generators will communicate with both consumers and the grid to ensure a stable grid supply. Grid operators in the future will also be imposing new requirements on local generators such as photovoltaic systems - requirements that Fronius inverters already meet today.

Future-proof and communicative

With Fronius, you are choosing an inverter packed with a range of intelligent features that is accepted by all energy providers. Over a system service life of at least 20 years, future requirements can be met through quick and easy software updates or plug-in cards.

Smart Grids need communication. Data from the inverter, such as power and voltage, can help the power supply companies to assess the condition of the grid. A communication link with decentralised generators also allows the activation and configuration of gridsupporting functions to prevent losses or power failures.



Advanced Grid Features for a stable grid

The Advanced Grid Features (AGF) incorporate a range of functions that support reliable grid operation. They prevent grid faults and unexpected failures leading to yield losses. In line with new guidelines for energy fed into the grid, these features can be activated at any time.


Optimise reactive and effective power for maximum yields

PV systems may only feed energy into the grid if the grid voltage is within specified limits. Generating peaks can cause the voltage to approach the upper limit values. To prevent an undesired shutdown in these situations, Fronius Inverters can influence both effective power and reactive power in a targeted manner.

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