Gamesa Electric has received the certification that guarantees compliance with the Technical Supervision Standard NTS631: 2021 V2.1 for its PV 3X series central inverters for photovoltaic applications and its corresponding centralized plant control (Power Plant Controller).
The Gamesa Electric PV 3X series inverters becomes the first conversion systems to obtain this certification -necessary to ensure compliance with all the requirements for grid connections in accordance with these new regulations. This certificate is mandatory to obtain the Final Operational Notification (FON) for solar installations.
Enrique de la Cruz, sales director of the PV and Storage area, commented that «Certification involves, among other requirements, verifying compliance with the characteristics of the equipment at the plant’s design temperature.»
In this sense, Enrique de la Cruz highlights that «the PV 3X series family equipment can be considered the most reliable to tackle projects in Spain and in general in environments with high operating temperatures».
The Gamesa Electric PV 3X series, which have already held the absolute record of certified efficiency in inverters since 2020 with 99.52%, can reach a power management capacity of 9.5 MVA in the “plug and play” version. All fully-integrated in a single station with transformer and medium voltage cell, thus being the equipment with the highest power density available in one block, completely assembled in the factory and transportable in a maritime container.
According to Enrique de la Cruz “the philosophy of industrial excellence that guides Gamesa Electric since its inception is clearly visible in this new milestone, which reinforces and complements our leadership position in capacity and efficiency together with a higher level of operational safety for our customers. In our opinion, this is what it really means for the market to be the first to pass the demanding tests and comply with the new version of the NTS 631 standard. »
For the delivery of the certificate, an event was held at the Gamesa Electric facilities in San Fernando de Henares, during which the general director of the independent accreditation entity CERE, Miguel Martínez, delivered the accreditation documents to the Gamesa Electric engineering team, represented by the Manager of the Industrial Program, Jorge García Gómez.
Top image: Certification ceremony at the Gamesa Electric factory in San Fernando de Henares.
From left to right , Jorge García – Industrial Program Manager (Gamesa Electric), Zaida Garrido – PV 3X series Family Validation Manager (Gamesa Electric), Miguel Martinez – General Manager (CERE) and Miguel Beltrán – Renewable Business Director (CERE).
Gamesa Electric exhibits at GENERA on November 16-18. In this event, the most relevant tradeshow in Spain focused on renewable energies, the company will have a team of experts at the disposal of its customers and visitors to present the characteristics of these equipments and the advantages of having the NTS631 V2.1 certificate.