Growatt Expands Inverter Business in Latin America

Growatt Expands Inverter Business in Latin America

In the recently concluded Green Expo 2019, Growatt presented its latest PV solutions and discussed collaboration across Latin America.

Growatt Latin America

In the recently concluded Green Expo 2019, in Mexico City, Growatt technical and sales engineers have been attending exhibitions, presenting the latest PV solutions and discussing collaboration with clients across Latin America.

“There is great potential for solar installations in Latin America, and it’s a great business opportunity for Growatt,” said Frank Qiao, Growatt co-founder and sales director. “Growatt has been focused on providing reliable PV solutions for the rooftop solar sector. By far we have developed a wide range of PV inverters for residential and commercial solar systems. Our brand is

trusted by a great number of customers across the globe.”

With fast business growth in the region, early this year the firm established its service center in Brazil to provide faster and better service for local customers. At present, its service center is staffed with four local service engineers. Now the company’s sales team is actively promoting its latest residential and commercial solar inverters in the region.

At Intersolar South America and The Green Expo, the company is exhibiting its new X series inverters with capacity ranging from 750 W to 80 kW. “Our new X series inverters will meet the demand of all kinds of rooftop solar plants. They are beautifully designed and has smart and powerful functions that can make O&M easier and reduce the cost,” introduced Frank.

Growatt Latin America

“MIC 750-3000TL-X and MIN 2500-6000TL-X are good choices for residential solar systems. They are designed with touch button and an OLED display that provides a better experience for users. In addition, MAC 50-60KTL3-X MV and MAX 50-80KTL3 MV will meet the demand of commercial, industrial and small-scale ground-mounted solar plants.”

As one of the leading inverter manufacturers, the brand is very well recognized in Latin America. “We have great quality products and technology advantages. We believe our competitive advantages will make Growatt inverters more popular in Latin America,” said Frank. Looking forward, the firm wants to establish close relationships with more local partners and further expand its business across the region.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for