Growatt Wins Most Valuable Inverter Brand at Maharashtra Solar Awards

Growatt Wins Most Valuable Inverter Brand at Maharashtra Solar Awards

For Growatt, the award marks a bright start to the year, with high hopes on the growth front.

Growatt, a global leader in inverter technology based out of China, has won the “Most Valuable Inverter Brand For the Year 2018” at the Annual Solar Awards 2019 in Maharashtra, India. The award recognises it for its brand awareness, market share, product quality, customer service.

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When asked how Growatt has attained continuous business growth in India, Rucas Wang, Growatt Regional Director said, “We keep adapting to the changing market. For instance, recently we introduced a new C&I inverter model, Growatt MAX into the Indian market. This development is based on the changing market environment. As the technology develops, the inverter is expected to have more functionalities and become smart,” he said.

“Additionally, this year the rooftop market is expected to be dominated by C&I solar and MAX has got capacity from 50 to 80kW, which is suitable for both large rooftop and utility-scale power plants,” he added.

Growatt has been supplying the Indian market with a comprehensive range of solar inverters with capacity from 1KW to 80KW since 2011 and has become a leading inverter brand in the rooftop sector. According to BridgeToIndia, Growatt is the Top 3 PV inverter brand in India’s rooftop sector.

“We’ve been here in India for over eight years now and we are doing a great job. Especially when it comes to the rooftop sector, we are very well recognised and clients think highly of our products and services,” said Wang.

With its continuous investments, Growatt is now planning to further strengthen its market position and provide better products and services for the clients. The firm’s optimism on Rooftop and C&I growth might not be shared by all, but there is no doubt that the rooftop segment is due for a major jump, if India is to get anywhere close to its rooftop target of 40 GW by 2022. Seen in that context, Growatt seems to be on a strong pitch to grow. 

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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