Princeton Power Systems says that its commercial GTIB 480-100 grid-tied inverters meet Underwriters Laboratories Inc.'s (UL) Standard 1741.
The GTIB 480-100 interconnects various DC power sources, including photovoltaics and battery banks. The GTIB can also work with AC generators of many types and is capable of operating a micro-grid when disconnected from utility power, the company adds.
Under the newly passed New Jersey Renewable Energy Manufacturing Incentive, solar integrators that are proposing and installing projects in the state of New Jersey that purchase the UL-certified GTIB will receive an additional rebate of between $.05 per kW and $.09 per kW, depending on the size of the system.
SOURCE: Princeton Power Systems