A TURNING POINT IN STARS AND STRIPES FOR SIEL

IN FLORIDA WITH ITS PARTICIPATION IN SOLAR POWER INTERNATIONAL OF ORLANDO AND IN NEW JERSEY WITH A NEW HEAD OFFICE. THE PROTAGONIST, THE SUNSIEL RANGE

SIEL's participation in Solar Power International, the largest North American exhibition in the field of solar Energy to be held in Orlando from 10th to 13th September, is expected to be truly interesting.

The event, expected to attract more than 21,000 professionals from more than one hundred countries, will give SIEL dual importance, due to the possibility of telling everybody all about future initiatives and projects, as well as their main products and the recent opening of a new head office in New Jersey, designed specifically to satisfy the demands of the American market and to manufacture photovoltaic inverters for the USA.
The range at the heart of the company offer is Sunsiel, with the 250 kW model, a three-phase photovoltaic inverter, compliant with UL/CSA standards and suitable for external use thanks to the NEMA3R level of protection, on display at Stand 3169. Just like all SIEL products it is equipped with advanced technology and is supported by a whole range of maintenance and assistance services, the feather in the cap of the company carrying the Italian flag throughout the world and a leader in the production of UPS, solar, aeolian and fuel cell inverters thanks to thirty years experience.

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