Growatt now the Top Supplier of Rooftop Solar Inverters in India

According to a new report, Growatt, one of the top 3 rooftop solar inverter brands in China, has become the No.1 solar rooftop inverter supplier in India.

Growatt Rooftop Solar Inverter India

In the twelve-month period ending Sep-2019, India added a record 1,853 MW rooftop solar capacity, which is  17 percent higher than the same period last year according to the latest report released by Bridge to India. PV inverter suppliers from China are the top players in the solar rooftop sector. Growatt, one of the TOP 3 rooftop solar inverter brands in China, has become the No.1 solar rooftop inverter supplier in India according to the report.

Growatt entered the Indian solar market around eight years ago. It provides a wide range of solar inverters with capacity from 1 kW to 80 kW for the rooftop sector and is planning to launch an advanced 200 kW inverter model next year for ground-mounted and utility-scale solar farms. The company’s growth momentum has been very strong over the past years.

Rucas Wang, Growatt regional director attributed the achievement to the company’s strong foundation built upon its product reliability and professional service. “Growatt is a global leading inverter brand in the solar rooftop sector. Our advanced PV technologies and product reliability are very well recognized by clients and end-users around the world,” said Wang.

The company pursues a strategy of localization and has established a service center and warehouse in Hyderabad. Additionally, it has hired local Indian sales representatives and now has more than 20 Indian service engineers in 8 major cities to provide on-site services across India.

Growatt provides advanced and reliable products and has been increasing investments in India. We have a lot of training workshops and a lot of advertisements. And we have a big Indian team, that provides superb services for our clients and end-users. That’s why we stay ahead of the solar rooftop competitors in India,” added Wang.

In September, when asked about the future expectations from India business, Wang confidently and optimistically had said that “we have a wide range of inverter offerings and brand new up-to-date inverters have been introduced into India. In addition, we have a big team in India. By far we have over 20 local service engineers with support from senior service engineers from headquarters in Shenzhen, and thus our service capability has been significantly improved. With such a strong foundation, in the near future, we are looking for exponential growth in India!”

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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