Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, has brought its latest 1500V string and central PV inverters as well as commercial string inverters at the ongoing Renewable Energy India Expo (REI) 2017 at Greater Noida.
The company has shipped over 121MW of 1500V turnkey stations for the event including the SG125HV, the world’s most powerful 1500Vdc string inverter rated at 125kW. The string inverter which enables upto 5MW power block design has a proven record of working stably in full operation power even at 50 degrees Celsius, thereby maximizing the returns on investment for its project owners.
Also on display is a sample model of the SG2500HV, a 1500V turnkey station, which features high efficiency, energy conservation, and the ability to adapt with severe environments like high temperature, high humidity and high altitude, while its maximum power can still reach 98.8 percent in most of conditions.
In addition to these, Sungrow has also showcased its commercial string inverter SG80KTL designed for large-scale commercial applications. It is best characterized by the maximum efficiency of 98.9 percent and full power operation without derating at 50 degree Celsius.
“At a time when the 1500V technologies will soon become the mainstream, Sungrow has provided mature solutions for customers in need. So far, we have shipped over 121MW of 1500V turnkey stations to India. We believe these products will significantly lift the power yields and profits for our customers in India”, said Professor Renxian Cao, president of Sungrow.
Founded in 1997 by University Professor Renxian Cao, Sungrow is a global leader in research and development in solar inverters, with numerous patents and a broad product portfolio offering PV inverter systems and ESS for utility-scale, commercial and residential applications.
With a 20-year track record of growth and success, the company is a global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables with over 49GW installed worldwide as of June 2017. Sungrow’s products are available in over 50 countries, maintaining a market share of around 25 percent in Germany and over 15 percent globally.