Sungrow Holds its 7th Technical Seminar in India

Sungrow Holds its 7th Technical Seminar in India

Sungrow has announced its 7th technical seminar kicked off in Ahmedabad. The seminar focused on diversified applications through lectures and discussions

Sungrow Seminar

Sungrow, a leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, has announced that its 7th technical seminar kicked off in Ahmedabad, India. The seminar focused on diversified applications through expert lectures and interactive discussions, garnering over 150 delegates comprising of government officials, EPCs, developers, investors, and other industry players.

Committed to utility-scale and C&I installations, the company introduced flagship string and central inverter solutions as well as the energy storage systems, demonstrating its endless pursuit in clean energy. The expertise in response to the local requirements received praise, while insights and inside and critical problem solving were discussed in depth.

“India is now an established solar hub with overall aggressive targets for renewables. Continued PV adoption provides great opportunity for market growth and technology-innovation. Sungrow, as one of the vital players committed to power local communities, is pioneering ways to lower investment and maximise yields,” it issued in a statement.

“The solar sector is on the right path to consolidate itself as the technology with the highest growth in the clean generation portfolio and it’s the preferred energy in the fight against climate change. We’re delighted to tap growing solar tech and introduce it worldwide,” said Nataraja MS, Technical Head of Sungrow APAC.

According to the organiser, the self-sponsored seminar is a part of the Company’s series of initiatives in aid to contribute to sustainable energy. The Company has a commercial footprint across India including New Delhi, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Bangalore, which has now come to Ahmedabad, a historical and populous city in Northwest India. Meanwhile, there will be wider product portfolio presented at the upcoming Renewable Energy India 2019.

Recently, we reported that the inverter solutions provider gas crossed the 4 GW mark in India, establishing it as a major contributor to the decarbonisation of fast-growing Indian economy.

Earlier, the firm announced that it had inked a supply pact with Smart Power for the supply of energy storage systems for a 30MW (i.e. 10MWx3) capacity project in Germany. 

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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