November 30, 2012
Austin, TX On Thursday December 6th at 6PM CDT, SolPowerPeople welcomes Alan Santos-Buch of Magnum Energy, Inc. to present a lecture on AC Coupling technology and applications. This session will focus on how to add battery back-up to an existing grid tied installation, allowing solar energy to be collected and used even during a utility power outage.
During a utility power outage, most PV system owners are left without power, despite the fact that they have the potential ability to harvest solid streaming energy from the sun. AC Coupling offers an efficient and relatively easily installed solution to this problem that allows the solar customer to continue operating electrically, without interruption.
Solar customers now have the ability to be grid-connected and have efficiently harvested energy when the grid goes down- all with a slight modification to their already installed system.
SolPowerPeople welcomes Magnum Inverter technical specialist Alan Santos-Buch on Thursday, December 6th to present a one-hour lecture on "AC Coupling in PV Systems". The lecture will be followed by Q & A, and attendees are encouraged to participate.
Since July 2011, Alan has worked with Magnum Energy Inc. as a Technical Sales, Training, and Support specialist. He is also currently a managing partner at Solar Power Fit, LLC, and formerly worked with Apollo Solar, Inc. as national sales director. You may contact Alan at (425)353-8833, extension 111 or via email at: ASantosBuch@MagnumEnergy.com.
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