They were the abbreviation for “Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft” (General electricity company), a German company founded in the late 20th century. It brought the first light bulbs and the first electric stoves into German households. In 1992, the company that once was the epitome of German quality in electrical engineering, was dissolved. The brand name AEG lives on. AEG Industrial Solar is a leading technology manufacturer in the area of renewable energies. With its photovoltaic products, the company from Frankfurt am Main, Germany, continues the tradition of distributing quality goods.
At TRITEC you can order the following PV components from the AEG Industrial Solar product range: AEG Solar Panels, AEG Solar Inverters and AEG Solar Storage Systems.
The complete AEG product range at a glance
- Polycrystalline solar panels with different numbers of solar cells
- Monocrystalline solar panels with 60 to 120 solar cells
- Glass-glass solar panels
- IMM technology (Individual Module Monitoring)
- Single-phase inverters, grid connected, 750 W to 5 kW
- Three-phase inverters, grid connected, 10 kW to 30 kW
- Energy storage for indoor use, 4 kW
The product range is aimed at both home owners and businesses interested in solar energy. Through a network of partner companies, AEG Industrial Solar products are available in more than 40 countries worldwide. The three renowned letters are both a selling point and an incentive to deliver outstanding quality.
What is IMM technology?
IMM is short for Individual Module Monitoring – the IMM technology is a monitoring and control technology for PV systems. It monitors the system as a whole, while also monitoring the individual modules of the system. Thus, faults are quickly detected, precisely localized and analyzed by the software, which then provides instructions for action. This enables much faster maintenance and repair work on the system, which saves costs.
Some of the most impressive projects by AEG
- Roof-top plant of the INATEL University in Brazil
- a plant with IMM support and a capacity of 615 kWp in Miskolc, Hungary
- another IMM plant in Hungary with a capacity of 440 kWp
- Roof-mounted system on a food factory in Cuba with an output of 600 kWp
- a rooftop plant in Bern, Switzerland, with a capacity of 1.4 MWp
- Roof-mounted system on a barn in Meyenburg, Germany, with an output of 79.6 kWp
- Cuba’s largest solar roof system with outputs of 1.25 MWp + 605 kWp + 605 kWp
- ground-level plant on Lower Stanley Farm in Gloucestershire, UK, with an output of 74.92 MWp