RDI revealed a report this week stating that the majority photo voltaic inverters within the nation don’t meet EMC necessities. Photo voltaic inverters within the Netherlands are liable to tampering and hacking, it warns.
RDI’s investigation revealed non-compliance with inverters from 9 producers, which posed a danger of tampering and hacking. Whereas all inverters meet minimal cybersecurity requirements, they are often simply hacked and used for distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) assaults, says RDI.
Inverter producers have a authorized obligation to stop the sale of disruptive merchandise. Malfunctions associated to electromagnetic compatibility have elevated considerably lately, in all probability as a result of rising variety of PV installations, with 113 studies between 2020 and 2022, stated the RDI.
The Swedish Electrical Security Company performed the same investigation in 2021.
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