A passion for new technologies, intensive research and revolutionary solutions have been shaping the Fronius brand since 1945. As the technology leader, they find, develop and implement innovative methods to monitor and control energy for welding technology, photovoltaics and battery charging.
Fronius forge new paths, try something difficult and succeed where others have failed in achieving what seems to be impossible. But these are not the only reasons why Fronius is the global leader in innovation and technology. They have a clear vision, an unremittingly inventive spirit and an ingrained sense of quality, so they can keep shifting the limits of what is possible and set the trends that change the market. In the Perfect Welding Business Unit, they direct their attention to generating the perfect arc to ensure consistently high welding quality. The focus for their Solar Energy and Perfect Charging Business Units is to have a reliable and comprehensive supply of energy – 24 hours a day.
The advanced technology and sheer quality of the innovative products from Fronius have filled people with enthusiasm for generations, inspiring confidence, trust and satisfaction. Their sustainability is impressive, they boost productivity, increase energy yields and also reduce operating costs. They help their customers to make significant progress and lay the foundations for growth and successful development. Fronius has 28 subsidiaries on four continents – yet they are still the same owner-managed company they have always been, combining the values of a family business with regional roots, with the visions of a global company.
GoodWe (Stock Code: 688390) is a leading, strategically-thinking enterprise which focuses on research and manufacturing of PV inverters and energy storage solutions. With an accumulative installation of 16 GW installed in more than 80 countries, GoodWe solar inverters have been largely used in residential and commercial rooftops, industrial and utility scale systems, ranging from 0.7kW to 250kW.
GoodWe Australia was established in 2012 and has set up an integrated service system for pre-sale, in-sale and after-sales nationwide. Goodwe has developed a concept of workshops which aim to offer technical support to all customers including project consulting, technical training, onsite support, and after-sales service. In 2020, GoodWe was awarded the Top Brand PV seal in the Au market for the Second Consecutive Year. This honour has been given by independent market research specialist EUPD Research. This award approves and certifies the company’s brand perception, service & support, customer experience, distribution in the Australian market and distinguishes itself from the rest in the perception of its customers.
Thanks to the reliable operation and excellent performance, highly approved and certified GoodWe products provide Australian investors and developers with long-term benefits and a faster ROI. GoodWe’s philosophy is to always create win-win partnerships with customers.
Their Mission: To provide a comprehensive portfolio of innovative, reliable and affordable products and solutions.
Their Vision: The impact of coal-fired power plants pose a huge threat to our environment and public health. As an advocate for a greener environment, it is our responsibility to provide a more sustainable future for the new generations to come.
Through a commitment to innovative research and development, Trina Solar continues to set industry standards and benchmarks for performance and sustainability. They have been responsible for a number of global breakthroughs, having set fifteen world records for silicon cell efficiency and solar module power output since 2011.
Trina was the first company to receive Client Test Data Program (CTDP) certification from UL, allowing us to conduct cutting-edge research reliably on campus.
With robust and rigorous R&D, Trina Solar has been hard at work and their rapid rate of innovation has led to more than 1350 photovoltaic patents filed, with 784 patents approved.
Trina continues to advance efficiency boundaries, with both p-type monocrystalline and p-type multicrystalline cell conversion efficiencies reaching a respective 22.61(2016) percent and 21.25 (2015)percent respectively in the laboratory. Through technological innovation, they plan to continue breaking records and driving even higher efficiencies.
HOW DOES SOLAR WORK?
1. Solar PV panels capture sunlight, causing electrons in the panel’s silicon cells to release energy that becomes direct current (DC) electricity.
3. Excess electricity can be stored in a battery or fed back into the power grid.
2. An inverter converts the DC into alternating current (AC) electricity, making it useable for homes and businesses.
4. Additional electricity can be pulled from the grid if you need more power than your solar panels can generate.