CPS America announced at their 2023 Product Innovation Day that they cut the price on the CPS 250/275kW three-phase string inverter by 20% to start 2023 — welcome news for CPS customers at this time of rising prices. You can read more about the it in the 2023 Solar Inverter Buyer’s Guide.
What is Innovation Day? Nearly 200 people gathered at the CPS America headquarters in Dallas, Texas for the second annual CPS America Product Innovation Day. Customers and key partners joined the team to hear product announcements, participate in a robust Q&A session, and tour the headquarters.
Bryan Wagner kicked off the event showcasing the future of large-scale solar using string inverters which he feels will displace the more traditional central inverter used on utility-scale plants in the USA today.
“The benefits of string use are numerous. From maximizing energy harvest to minimizing downtime impacts to significantly increased design flexibility, string inverters in large-scale solar just make sense,” said Mr. Wagner. “And the CPS 250/275kW inverter is the ideal choice for solar plants from 2MW’s to 2GW’s. We are pleased we can help forward-thinking solar installers and developers by offering this price cut on the CPS 250/275kW inverter.”
The CPS America team also presented their growing 800V lineup, with an in-depth look at the advantages of 800V systems. They discussed cost-per-watt reductions, reducing design complexity with more power output per inverter, and overall higher lifetime energy yields through operations.
“We are thrilled with our growing USA team and operations and with our product lineup this year,” continued Bryan Wagner. “These are the right products for the current solar market. And we’re excited at the direction our R&D teams are headed to address solar plants of the future.”
The CPS 250/275kW three-phase string inverter offers full power output up to 42°C, 12 MPPTs, 36 fused or 24 unfused inputs, and is UL 1741-SB listed. More information about the CPS 250/275kW can be found on the CPS America website.
— Solar Builder magazine