Sungrow, one of the worlds’ largest PV inverter manufacturers, says that its residential inverter shipments to Australia quadrupled in 2015, reaching approximately 50 MW. Sungrow had the largest market share of all Chinese inverter manufacturers in Australia.
In February of 2015, Sungrow unveiled the Crystal Series, its new residential product which proved popular among end users in Australia, based on its sleek design as well as ease of installation and maintenance. In October of 2015, Sungrow released the SH5K, a hybrid storage system. The SH5k sold out before a single product had been shipped. This high demand is based on its advanced design concept and superior performance. Currently, Sungrow has shipped over 100 MW of residential PV inverters to Australia.
Founded in 2012, Sungrow Australia is located in the central business district of North Sydney. Its facilities include a warehouse, logistics centre, customer service centre and product showcase centre. With this rapid development, Sungrow Australia have built a professional team covering sales, technical support, after sales service and market research, comprehensively meeting customers’ demands with its well established service network in Australia.
“We will keep focusing on the residential solar market in Australia and enlarge the investment in commercial projects in 2016. The solar market in Australia is expected to be stable and we will offer better products, solutions and services to local customers.” Professor Renxian Cao, the President of Sungrow said.
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