Growatt Unveils its PV Solns in Europe; Eyes Substantial Sales Growth

Buoyed by the significant growth of solar in the European markets, the company has been engaged in surging investments in the region; appointing more workforce and establishing a branch office in Rotterdam recently.

Growatt MAX 50-80kTL3

With an aim to grow sales substantially in coming years, China-based PV-solar inverters maker Growatt has displayed its next-generation photovoltaic (PV) solutions during Intersolar Europe this year.

Buoyed by the significant growth of solar in the European markets, the company has been engaged in surging investments in the region; appointing more workforce and establishing a branch office in Rotterdam recently.

On solar installations in Europe, Susanne von Aichberger, Senior Analyst, IHS Markit, said, “From our research and analysis, we believe European solar installations are on the rise. This is good news for the industry.”

She was speaking during the European Solar Development Seminar which was organized by Growatt.

Susanne further added that, overall, the European Union is set to reach EU-wide renewable energy target though some member states fail to reach their own 2020 targets.

During the seminar, the company has unveiled its next-generation PV solutions including its latest product developments such as – MIN 2.5-6k TL-XH and MAX 50-80kTL3.

Growatt-MAX-50-80kTL3 inverter

Speaking about the products, Growatt, Co-founder and Sales Director, Frank Qiao said, “At first glance, you’ll find our new generation product models have got appealing designs. But that’s not all. Their powerful functions will make them more attractive.”

“MIN has OLED display and touch button and customers will have a better user experience. Its touch button has a longer lifespan and can last over three million clicks. Moreover, it’s storage ready. We are seeing the trend in solar storage and though we have already offered one-stop storage solutions for both retrofitting and newly-built PV systems, our new residential inverter includes this storage ready feature that will help reduce the cost and prepare the system owners for the future of self-consumption and storage,” Qiao added.

For commercial and industrial rooftop solar projects, Qiao strongly recommends MAX 50-80kTL3 and said that “At this fair, we are receiving a lot of positive feedback for MAX. Many clients think MAX’s not only cool but have got many features that will suit their projects, such as 6 MPPTs, anti-PID, AFCI, etc. What makes it more special is its quad-core architecture. With dual DSP, CPLD and ARM chips, its capability has been greatly enhanced to handle functions like surge protection, I-V curve scan, fault waveform record, one-click diagnosis and so on.”

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Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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