Sineng Electric supplies inverters for 641 MW solar project in Gujarat

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Sineng Electric, a Chinese PV inverter and battery manufacturer, announced that it has supplied inverters for a 641 MW solar project in Gujarat, India. The solar project, developed and owned by Adani, is part of the 30 GW Khavda Solar Park. Once completed, the Khavda Solar Park will power 16.1 million Indian homes and stand as the world’s largest renewable energy installation.

The 641 MW solar project is expected to generate around 1,900,000 MWh of clean energy annually. This will help offset CO2 emissions by an estimated 913,428 tons each year, equivalent to planting 4,567,124 trees.

Sineng supplied 2,887 units of its 275 kW string inverters (SP-275K-INH). Featuring maximum efficiency of 99.03%, 12 maximum power point tracker (MPPTs), and compatibility with bifacial PV modules, Sineng’s inverters enhance solar power generation and optimize the levelized cost of electricity (LCOE). The inverters support up to 24 PV strings, aluminum cable connection, and PLC communication, thus lowering the system costs. Additionally, their IP65 and C5 anti-corrosion protection ratings ensure the system’s reliability and longevity.

Arun Chaudhary, head of Sales for North India, said, “With our extensive expertise in utility-scale PV projects, excellent quality assurance, robust supply chain, and localization strategy, Sineng is at the forefront of India’s energy transformation. We look forward to accelerating the country’s journey toward decarbonization and a sustainable future.”

Sineng Electric is the global supplier of PV inverters and energy storage systems for utility-scale, commercial, and residential applications, as well as power quality products. It has established four R&D centers and reached annual production capacity of 50 GW with three global manufacturing bases put into operation. Sineng has been recognized as a BloombergNEF tier 1 PV inverter maker and has maintained its position among the global top 10 PV inverter suppliers for ten consecutive years.

 

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