GE is tripling its solar and battery energy storage Power Electronics Systems manufacturing capacity by the end of 2022 to 9 GW per annum, linked to strong growth in backlog over the past few months and a robust demand outlook. The systems are manufactured at GE’s newly launched Renewable Hybrids factory. Earlier in 2022, GE announced the opening of its Renewable Hybrids manufacturing site in Vallam in near Chennai in India. The site manufactures GE’s Power Conversion Solution called FLEXINVERTER, formerly known as LV5+, as well as the FLEXRESERVOIR, and helps integrate them with the FLEXIQ solution, from GE Renewable Hybrids’s FLEX portfolio, designed to solve customers’ needs for dispatchable, green MWhs in Solar, Storage and Hybrid applications.For the past fifteen years, GE has delivered Standalone Solar Inverters and Solar Power Stations for customers globally and has been the first to introduce the 1500 V technology to the industry in 2012 which has helped customers reduce the cost of energy through a more efficient farm layout.GE offers several hybrids related products. The FLEXINVERTER is a key component of GE’s Renewable Hybrids FLEX portfolio that includes the FLEXRESERVOIR and the FLEXIQ technologies. The FLEXRESERVOIR is a systems integrated battery energy storage and power electronics solution for multiple configurations and market applications. FLEXIQ is a digital platform that provides design, operation, and fleet management solutions to enable grid compliance and maximize lifetime customer value.