‘More work needed on cyber- and data security,’ says ESMC


ESMC suggests procurement of inverters should be made through European companies. Image: Imeon Energy

The European Solar Manufacturing Council (ESMC) has called for greater efforts to tighten inverter cyber- and data security.

Published in a recommendation paper on the implementation of the European Union’s Net Zero Industries Act (NZIA), the manufacturing association wrote, “We foresee that more work needs to be done on the issue of cyber- and data security,” highlighting the importance of inverters in controlling the entire PV system.

(The above content is reproduced from pv-tech,By Jonathan Touriño Jacobo)


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