Sungrow Reaches Milestone for Sending 5 GW in Latin America

Highlights :

  • This demonstrates Sungrow’s commitment to sustainable development and efforts to diversify the local energy sector and decarbonise, said the company.
  • Sungrow’s projects in Latin America include an 852 MW photovoltaic plant in Brazil, a 400 MW project in Chile and a 100 MW project in Argentina.

Sungrow, which provides inverter solutions for renewable energy, announced at Intersolar South America 2021, held in São Paulo from Oct. 18-20, that its shipments cumulative sales for Latin America exceeded 5 GW. This demonstrates Sungrow’s commitment to sustainable development and efforts to diversify the local energy sector and decarbonise, said the company.

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With a continuous trajectory of upward growth in markets such as Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Argentina and Uruguay, Sungrow is the leader in market share in the photovoltaic sector in Latin America, states the company. In particular, Sungrow has made significant progress in Brazil with the shipment of more than 3 GW of inverters and has led the participation in the Brazilian market since 2019, adds the firm.

Sungrow’s projects in Latin America include an 852 MW photovoltaic plant in Brazil, a 400 MW project in Chile and a 100 MW project in Argentina. As the only inverter supplier rated No.1 in return on investment for three consecutive years and No.1 supplier on BloombergNEF-funded projects, the company claims to deliver robust performance on the projects it powers.

Making the most of clean energy potential through innovation

Tailored for utility-scale applications, the company has introduced a 6.25 MW central inverter solution and an ultra-powerful 1,500 V SG350HX string inverter with a maximum output power of 352 kW, enabling an LCOE ideal. Optimized for the distributed generation solar segment, commercial photovoltaic solutions ranging from 33 kW to 110 kW and the residential photovoltaic portfolio, ranging from 2 kW to 20 kW, were also presented, attracting a large audience on site. In addition to the photovoltaic segment, Sungrow presented its core energy storage portfolio in preparation for potential storage demand.

The Latin American energy sector is experiencing imbalances between generation and demand due to the severe drought that has affected the region and which has unleashed serious threats of blackouts and energy rationing. Sungrow, with its valued partners, leverages clean energy innovations to diversify the grid, empower consumers and enable more affordable, flexible and stable renewable energy, says the company.

Driving the market

According to Sungrow, since its introduction into the Latin American market in 2017, the company is far above the industry standard with a professional team that encompasses technical support, sales and services across the continent.

“Strong expansion efforts are needed to continue the dynamism seen in some pioneering markets in Latin America in order to support the net zero carbon ambition. As protagonists in this solar hub, we continue to deliver industry-leading products and services that meet to several applications with lower LCOE, despite the changing landscape and the current COVID-19 pandemic,” commented Ada Li, director of Sungrow Latin America.

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