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A baseline grid-tie inverter samples the line voltage and produces current that is in phase with it and proportional to the maximum power it can squeeze out of the source (typically photovoltaic). So it's actually the grid itself that the inverters are synchronizing to. This can actually burden the grid with power it doesn't need, or make the job of ...


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