Baekhyun E&S participated in the International Green Energy Expo 2021 held at EXCO, Daegu from April 28 (Wed) to 30 (Fri) and introduced its junction box and monitoring system.
Baekhyun E&S, a solar junction box and monitoring company, is actively engaging in the photovoltaic field business, recently acquiring the KS certification for the junction box.
The products exhibited at the 2021 International Green Energy Expo are KS-certified junction boxes and marine junction boxes designed to suit various environments, and monitoring that acquired GS (Class 1) certification. The company fulfills customer safety-related needs by preventing fires and accidents with its own real-time monitoring program. The company staff from Baekhyun E&S said that it can do it because the integrated monitoring was built so that data from all over the country can be collected and viewed at a glance.
Also, Baekhyun E&S has launched a product that integrates a safety blocking device into the existing junction box. It is a safety-specialized product with added functions like fire sensor.
The company staff from Baekhyun E&S said, “Recently, the Korea Energy Agency has continuously received requests for safety-related security, raising awareness about the safety field. In line with the mass production of solar power products, we are focusing on making products that are safe.”
Regarding the future plan, he said, “The goal is to raise our company to the highest level in the field of monitoring and junction boxes in the solar power field. We are going to make the effort to make our company known to the industry.”
The 18th International Green Energy Expo is Korea’s largest, one of Asia’s top 3 and the world’s top 10 new and renewable energy exhibitions, and the only exhibition jointly organized by the four major associations. The exhibition covers △Solar power △ESS (energy storage system) & battery △Smart grid technology △Wind power and △New and renewable energy. This exhibition is hosted by Daegu Metropolitan City and Gyeongsangbuk-do and organized by EXCO, KNREA, KOPIA, KWEIA, and KHIA.
2021 Green Energy Expo Site Sketch | Photo by AVING News