Sungrow Allies With UCC for Distribution In Bangladesh
- Leading global inverter solution supplier, Sungrow has today announced its partnership with United Computer Center (UCC) to enhance the business's circulation networks for commercial & commercial, property inverters in Bangladesh.
Sungrow has a vast portfolio of items for applications in distributed generation markets covering product verticals within commercial as well as industrial, as well as property inverters. Solar energy infiltration in Bangladesh has actually been led by distributed solar generation.
UCC is the Authorized National Distributor for worldwide leading brands such as AMD, ACER, ACTi, CP And Also, D-Link, Fitbit, GEIL, i2V, MSI, ASSURANCE, Seagate, SAPPHIRE, Transcend, Thermaltake, Viewsonic & Zotac in Bangladesh. UCC is also the exclusive supplier for numerous brand names discussed over.
Its renewable energy and power division, USS power has expanded its footprint in Power & Renewable Energy market to provide cutting-edge services to Rooftop On-Grid, Crossbreed, and also Mini-Grid Solar Systems from Kilowatts to Megawatts projects along with Solar Irrigation Pump and Solar Street Light remedies.
Speaking of the collaboration, the Sales Manager at Sungrow, Mr. RafiIbn Hussine commented, "We are delighted to have UCC be an integral part of our Bangladesh-wide distributor network. With UCC we have one of the leading PV circulation business at our side, which is recognized for its personal, thorough, as well as affordable strategy."
"Together we will certainly supply real included worth and popular high quality in every aspect," Hussine added their objectives.
Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd asserts to be the globe's most bankable inverter brand with over 154 GW installed worldwide since December 2020. Previously this month, Sungrow released a competitive collection of PV and power storage innovations at SNEC 2021, fueling an accelerated change to carbon neutrality.
Back in March 2021, the firm revealed that it will supply inverters and also MV stations for the implementation of the initial phase of the Futura Project, an 852 MWp solar park that will quickly be just one of the largest in operation in Latin America.