Sungrow, a PV-inverter manufacturer, announced a deal to supply 75 MW of central inverters to be connected to the power grid in Thailand.
These projects are separately developed and built by the wholly owned subsidiaries of Super Block Co., Ltd. Sungrow SG1000TS container solutions which are specially designed for large-scale solar farms, together with Sungrow PV combiner boxes, will be used for these projects, helping to meet the grid requirements.
“We are delighted to be working with Sungrow and using their central inverters,” said Jormsup Lochaya, CEO of Super Block. “Their reliable product performance record, great pre-sales service, prompt delivery time and high-quality container inverter solution gives us a number of advantages, which we expect to help us achieve higher profitability.”
“These exciting projects give us the opportunity to support Super Block in their pioneering work for PV energy and gain valuable experience in this region,” said Cao Renxian, CEO of Sungrow. “We are very impressed with Super Block’s commitment to solar energy projects in Thailand and we are looking forward to supporting them further”.
Based on the strength of solar in the Asia Pacific region, Sungrow has decided, by the end of July, to open an office in Thailand. This office will house a strong, technical team allowing Sungrow to offer a turnkey solution, from pre-sales support to after-sales services for their regional customers including Super Block.
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