Satcon: Availability of One Megawatt Power Conversion Solution

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Satcon Technology Corporation, a leading provider of utility scale distributed power solutions for the renewable energy market, announced the general availability of Prism®, a fully integrated one megawatt medium voltage solution optimized for utility scale solar PV installations.

Leveraging Satcon’s industry standard setting PowerGate® Plus 500kW solar PV inverters, Prism is a fully customizable one megawatt platform, complete with factory integrated step-up transformers, switchgear, and electronics. The solution will be delivered complete in an all-climate outdoor enclosure and ready to connect to the PV array and utility grid, enabling rapid installation through a modular prepackaged design.

Prism will dramatically increase the ease and speed of a typical utility scale PV installation, while also providing the unparalleled power production efficiencies that can only be realized through this full factory integrated and tested power conversion platform. Satcon’s Prism one megawatt integrated medium voltage solution is based on factory integrated pairs of Satcon’s highly efficient PowerGate Plus 500kW solar PV inverters, which recently eclipsed 150MW of total units installed globally.

“We are at an inflexion point in the solar PV industry, where utility scale projects are becoming more prevalent,” commented Dr. Leo Casey, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Engineering for Satcon. “Satcon’s solutions have been used on some of the largest renewable energy sites in the world with hundreds of millions of grid connect kW hours delivered to date. Our customers were asking for a highly efficient, completely integrated package for large scale installations, and Prism offers the most flexible, efficient and powerful solution on the market today.”

The Prism solar PV solution is available for order immediately. The complete solution will come with Satcon’s standard five-year warranty included, and available optional warranty terms up to 20 years. Integrated transformers and switchgear are fully customizable, and Satcon system consultants are available to assist with project requirements and configurations.

About Satcon

Satcon Technology Corporation is the leading provider of utility scale distributed power solutions for the renewable energy market, enabling the industry’s most advanced reliable and proven clean energy alternatives. For over 24 years, Satcon has designed and delivered the next generation of efficient energy systems for solar photovoltaic, stationary fuel cells, and energy storage systems. To learn more about Satcon, please visit

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Satcon Technology Corporation
Leah Gibson, 617-897-2400
Investor Relations Manager

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