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Solis Confirms Compliance with UK Cyber Security Regulation

The UK is one of the first major markets to insist that manufacturers of consumer connected devices comply with cyber security rules – including solar inverters.

13 May 2024, London, United Kingdom: Solis Inverters (the company), a global powerhouse in the solar energy industry, announces full compliance with the new Product Security & Telecommunications Infrastructure (PSTI) Regime which came into force in the United Kingdom on April 29th, 2024.

This new scheme requires all manufacturers of internet connected devices to comply with a new series of cyber security measures to make all products more secure.   This includes devices in any solar energy ecosystem which are internet connected.

Sandy Woodward, General Manager Solis Europe said, “The advances in solar technology must keep pace with what society demands and Solis takes cyber security very seriously.  It is vital that we maintain our trusted relationship with our customers and the UK’s PSTI cyber security regulation is welcomed by us.  Our data logging products are ready and fully cyber secure.”

About Solis

Established in 2005, Ginlong (Solis) Technologies (Stock Code: 300763. SZ) is one of the most experienced and largest manufacturers of PV string inverters. Presented under the Solis brand, the company’s portfolio uses innovative string inverter technology to deliver first-class reliability that has been validated under the most stringent international certifications. Armed with a global supply chain, world-class R&D, and manufacturing capabilities, Ginlong optimizes its inverters for each regional market, servicing and supporting its customers with its team of local experts, visit www.solisinverters.com