GPTECH PARTICIPATES AS EXPO PARTNER AT IFT ENERGY 2013 IN CHILE

Considered one of the most important events in Latin America related with the energy industry.

Madrid, 16th of April of 2013. GPtech will assist as Expo Partner at the International Trade of Technologies IFT Energy 2013, which will take place at the Convention Center Espacio Riesco, in Santiago (Chile), from 17th to 19th of April. It is considered one of the most important events in Latin America related with the energy industry.


The company will show in its booth the GPtech's Advanced Power Integrated Station (APIS) indoor, a complete solution designed for large-scale plants which operate in the most extreme environments. The APIS indoor includes, as the outdoor model, two PV inverters belonging to the Smart PVWD family and a customized MT transformer, to which it is added a low voltage distribution panel for safe maneuvers and protection of the devices.

In stand, visitors will be able to obtain, as well, information about GPtech's solution for the integral management of hybrid generation plants.

GPtech also will will participate in the conferences speaking about "Management of Generation Systems that combine conventional and non-conventional sources", imparted by Sergio Ceballos, Chilean Country Manager. The conference will take place the 18th of April, at 09:30 hours.

GPtech is the leader company in Latin America in providing equipment and implementing integral solution for grid integration. It has collaborated in the construction of the first PV plants in the region, as Calama Solar 3, Canada Honda, or Majes, Reparticion, Tacna and Panamericana parks. With these projects, it has more than 100 MW of installed capacity in Latin America, apart from expecting an important pipeline for the coming months.

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