Sungrow solar inverter gross sales in India are 7 GW – pv journal India

The Chinese manufacturer, which has a central and string inverter factory in Bengaluru, sold at least 3 GW of its cumulative sales in the past year alone. Going forward, it also has a strong order book for the upcoming solar capacity.

January 8, 2021

Sungrow has developed its latest offerings for central and string inverters for large utility projects.

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Chinese solar PV inverter manufacturer Sungrow, which has installed over 120 GW worldwide since June 2020, has announced that its cumulative deliveries to India will exceed 7 GW by the end of 2020. Of the accumulated 7 GW, at least 3 GW were sold in 2020 alone.

This year, the manufacturer secured some large orders in the highly competitive Indian market as a number of tenders and reverse auctions were held at regular intervals to keep the solar project's pipeline robust for years to come.

“Despite many challenges this year, we were able to deliver more than 3 GW inverters in one calendar year. With this resounding number, we have consolidated our position in both the utility and roofing markets in 2020, ”said Sunil Badesra, Business Head of Sungrow India.

Sunil also emphasized that Sungrow's service network spread across the country provides timely and comprehensive support to all customers.

Sungrow attributes the surge in shipments to its latest offerings for both central and string inverters for large utility projects.

The deliveries from Sungrow included the 1500 V, 3.125 MW central inverter solution and the 1500 V SG250HX-IN string inverter. The latest commercial series also saw tremendous demand in the thriving distributed roofing market, which resulted in a healthy market share in this price sensitive segment.

Sungrow has a central inverter factory in Bengaluru, Karnataka, to meet local and international demand.

"From the beginning we have produced more than 5 GW PV inverters to serve both the global and local markets and we are seeing increasing growth," commented Sunil Badesra.

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