Sungrow Materials Inverters to 120 MW C&I Rooftop PV Plant
- Sungrow provided its inverter remedies to the largest commercial & industrial rooftop PV plant in Shandong.
- The PV plant is anticipated to produce 110 GWh per year.
Sungrow provided its inverter remedies to the largest commercial & industrial rooftop PV plant in Shandong.
China's global inverter remedy provider for renewables, Sungrow has actually announced that it has supplied inverter solutions to the biggest commercial & industrial rooftop PV plant, granting a capacity of 120 MW, in Jining, China's Shandong province.
Located in the industrial park covering 43 rooftops, the PV plant is anticipated to produce 110 GWh each year, powering the industrial park facilities and feeding the excess electrical power it generates right into the grid as one of the grid-parity projects.
The string inverter services for industrial rooftops include multiple MPPTs, ensuring a high yield in spite of the effect of color. The high defense capability makes the inverter durable even in the industrial rooftop application where it's vulnerable to destructive conditions as well as severe warm. The inverter remedies enhance setups and O&M, making them a perfect suit to the dispersed generation market.
"We concentrate on renewable resource as it plays a major role in fighting environment change. Being part of this landmark project shows that Sungrow provides an optimized and practical solution, in addition to industry-leading solutions as well as relied on distribution," claimed James Wu, Vice Head Of State of Sungrow.
China's positioned to relocate the nation toward a cleaner as well as low-carbon energy framework with a campaign to aim to reduce co2 exhausts before 2030, and also achieve carbon neutrality prior to 2060.
Just recently, Sungrow has introduced its collaboration with United Computer Center (UCC) to enhance the company's distribution networks for commercial & industrial, domestic inverters in Bangladesh.
Previously last month, the solar inverter service provider launched a competitive collection of PV and also power storage space developments at SNEC 2021, sustaining an accelerated transition to carbon nonpartisanship.
China is moving ahead with the globe's biggest solar energy capacity, with 253 GW of mounted ability at the end-2020. The country is currently anticipated to add up to 65 GWs of solar energy capacity by this year itself, according to the solar production organization of China.