Sungrow surpasses 14 GW milestone in India


China’s Sungrow has announced it has surpassed 14 GW of inverter shipments in India since entering the nation’s solar market in 2014. The inverter manufacturer achieved this feat in less than one year after hitting 10 GW in Nov. 2021.

Over the past eight years, Sungrow has shipped inverters for many benchmark projects in India, including the 400 MW PV plant in the Bhadla Solar Park, Rajasthan, the 250MW Ayana plant in Andhra Pradesh, India’s largest floating PV plant of 70 MW in Kerala. It was ranked as India’s biggest inverter supplier in 2021 by JMK Research and Mercom, with over 30% market share. In the first two quarters of 2022, Sungrow continued to be the top inverter supplier, according to Bridge to India and JMK Research, respectively.

Sungrow has a 10 GW per year manufacturing unit in India, which can cater to different customer segments, including residential, commercial, industrial and utility-scale levels.

At the recently concluded REI 2022, the company exhibited its 1+X modular inverter SG320HX for large-scale projects, SG125CX-P2 and SG33CX-P2 for the emerging C&I segment, and the liquid-cooled ESS ST2752UX (PowerTitan) to serve the upcoming demand for energy storage.


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