Satcon & Ecostream Reach 330-MW Deal

Satcon Technology Corporation has signed a master supply agreement with Ecostream. Under this agreement, Satcon will provide Ecostream, the solar energy development arm of renewable energy company Econcern, with 330 megawatts of its renewable energy conversion solutions.

The three-year deal will include the supply of Satcon’s PowerGate Plus line of solar PV inverters to Ecostream. With 11 power ratings ranging from 30 kW to 1 MW (UL and CE certified), Satcon offers some of the most field-tested and proven utility ready power conditioning systems in the industry.

“In order to generate the greatest long-term value and return on investment for our customers, we must deliver the highest quality turn-key systems, built with industry leading technology,” said Steven Pleging, managing director of Ecostream. “Our partnership with Satcon will provides us with solutions that will increase total system performance through a combination of advanced capabilities, industry leading efficiency, and field tested reliability.”’s Jennifer Runyon had a chance to sit down with Dr. Leo Casey, CTO of Satcon last month at the Renewable Energy World North America Conference and Expo. Dr. Casey offered his views on energy storage and explained how Satcon sees grid stability as one of the key challenenges when it comes to utility-scale renewable energy projects. Click here to read more of what Dr. Casey and others had to say about energy storage.

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