Chinese manufacturer Sungrow, which now has 10 GW of PV inverter manufacturing capacity in India, has signed a 75 MW inverter solution contract with Solarworld Energy Solutions Private Limited. They will co-operate on the 75 MW solar power project being set up by SJVN Limited in Uttar Pradesh.
This project is located in Parasan Solar Park of the Jalaun district and is scheduled to be commissioned by June this year. The estimated project cost is INR 3.14 billion.
Sungrow will supply its most popular 3.125 MW central inverter SG3125HV for the project. Equipped with forced-air cooling technology, the central inverter solution for the 1500Vdc system is claimed for full power operation even at 50 degrees Celsius. Optimized for large-scale utility PV plants, the solution enables high yields with maximum inverter efficiency of 99%,
Sungrow has supplied at least 10 GW of inverters in the Indian market. It also established its factory in India in 2018, which now has a 10 GW/annum manufacturing capacity, as well as an experienced sales and service team.
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