Inverter System: A Solution to Improve the Efficiency of New Energy Generation in Factories
The report mainly analyzes whether the inverter system could improve the efficiency of converting new energy into factory electricity based on McLuhan's laws of media theory. Firstly, the report asserts the significance of using new energy and the importance of utilizing the inverter system to improve the power conversion of new energy in factories. Secondly, it mainly describes McLuhan's theory from four different aspects. In addition, according to the four aspects of McLuhan's theory, the rationality and feasibility of the inverter system solution are analyzed. Then, it is concluded that the inverter system can well improve the conversion efficiency of new energy generation in factories. Finally, this paper claims suggestions from two different perspectives to promote the development of the inverter system.
Keywords:Enhancement, Background, McLuhan’s media
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