Huawei Says the Future of Solar O&M Is Replacing, Not Repairing, Inverters

By [email protected] The traditional approach to inverter operations and maintenance (O&M) at utility-scale solar projects has been pretty straightforward for years: when a central inverter goes down, do whatever it takes to repair it.

It’s a completely rational and understandable approach. When an expensive central inverter stops working properly, it can mean a large chunk of a utility-scale solar plant ceases generating both electricity and revenue.

The potentially steep price tag associated with repairing a central inverter — especially if a PV plant is located in a remote location — is just one of the ambiguities and unknowns in the current repair-focused inverter O&M

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