Sungrow to send 55 MW of central inverters to Thailand

Sungrow announced a deal to supply 55.5 MW of PV inverters to multiple PV projects in Thailand, under a supply agreement signed with Super Block. Following the agreement of a contract for 75MW with Super Block in June of this year, this takes Sungrows shipments to Thailand to 130.5 MW in 2015.

Under the agreement, Sungrow will provide a package solution including 60 central inverter stations, 604 units of PV combiner boxes and 60 units of data monitoring loggers. Shipment started in the middle of September, and the whole project is expected to be completed and start operation by the end of 2015.

“For our hundreds of mega solar projects, we are looking for high quality, compact PV power solutions provided by a reliable and sustainable partner. Sungrow has won our trust and confidence through 18 years of significant performance in the global market aligned with their professional solutions, high-efficiency product, quick-response and considerate service “, said said Mr. Jormsup Lochaya, CEO of Super Block, continuing, “We are very happy to be able to extend this partnership to projects in Thailand where Sungrow greatly supports us with their solutions and service capability.

Sungrow has more than 12 GW of inverter installations globally. Founded in 1997 by the University Professor Cao Renxian, Sungrow is the Global Leader in Research and Development in Solar Inverters, with numerous patents and a broad product solution with completed certification for residential, commercial and industrial use case.

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