Chinese inverter company Sungrow has recorded 10 GW of cumulative PV inverter shipments in India since it entered the Indian market in 2014. The company hit the milestone in less than one year since the last 7 GW record was announced in January 2021.
“Over the past ten months, the industry witnessed a boom in India’s solar market as well as Sungrow’s rapid growth in this country. This new record not only demonstrates Sungrow’s overall success, but also the success of the company’s market strategy in India,” read a Sungrow release.
Sungrow attributes the achievement of the milestone to the strong support from the Indian market.
‘The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy of India wants to achieve a 450 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2030. Driven by this goal, India’s market is unleashing its full potential and welcomes cooperation with global renewable energy giants. Sensing the vast possibilities of this market trend, Sungrow proactively committed itself to India’s market,” it stated.
Sungrow has thus far opened its Indian company, along with three offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru, and established its overseas manufacturing site in India. “These actions cement the Company’s commitment to this market and global expansion. As a result of these proactive strategies, Sungrow guarantees fast and reliable production and shipping operations to its global partners. In addition, Sungrow guarantees fast delivery and customer support as a result of the localized warehouse system and dedicated local service team rooted in the region,” stated Sungrow.
Sungrow claims to have already reached several GW of partnerships with Indian power giants, such as Tata Power, Adani Green, Renew Power, Azure Power, SB Energy, Mahindra, ACME, Sterling & Wilson, Larsen & Toubro among others. Its SG3125HV central inverter series, which has a maximum efficiency of 99% with an advanced three-level technology and high integration, is one of the most prominent PV products in India.
“The current 10 GW record is a milestone which would not have been met without Sungrow’s valued partners, Sungrow’s employees, and the steady growth of the Indian market. 10 GW record is such a hard-won achievement. Here, I extend my sincerest gratitude to our customers and each Sungrow employee. We will continue to offer world-class products and services, and accelerate to fulfill our mission of ‘Clean power for all’ in the future,” Sunil Badesra, Head of Sungrow India.
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