Sungrow Supplies Inverters to 120 MW C&I Rooftop PV Plant in China

Highlights :

  • Sungrow supplied its inverter solutions to the largest commercial & industrial rooftop PV plant in Shandong.
  • The PV plant is expected to generate 110 GWh per year.

Sungrow supplied its inverter solutions to the largest commercial & industrial rooftop PV plant in Shandong.

China’s global inverter solution supplier for renewables, Sungrow has announced that it has supplied inverter solutions to the largest commercial & industrial rooftop PV plant, endowing a capacity of 120 MW, in Jining, China’s Shandong province.

Located in the industrial park covering 43 rooftops, the PV plant is expected to generate 110 GWh per year, powering the industrial park facilities and feeding the excess electricity it produces into the grid as one of the grid-parity projects.

The string inverter solutions for industrial rooftops feature multiple MPPTs, ensuring a high yield despite the impact of shade. The high protection capability makes the inverter robust even in the industrial rooftop application where it’s vulnerable to corrosive conditions and extreme heat. The inverter solutions streamline installations and O&M, making them an ideal match to the distributed generation market.

“We focus on renewable energy as it plays a major role in fighting climate change. Being part of this landmark project proves that Sungrow offers an optimized and pragmatic solution, along with industry-leading services and trusted delivery,” said James Wu, Vice President of Sungrow.

China’s poised to move the country toward a cleaner and low-carbon energy structure with an initiative to strive to reduce carbon dioxide emissions before 2030, and achieve carbon neutrality before 2060.

Recently, Sungrow has announced its partnership with United Computer Center (UCC) to enhance the company’s distribution networks for commercial & industrial, residential inverters in Bangladesh.

Earlier last month, the solar inverter provider released a competitive set of PV and energy storage innovations at SNEC 2021, fueling an accelerated transition to carbon neutrality.

China is moving ahead with the world’s largest solar power capacity, with 253 GW of installed capacity at the end-2020. The country is now expected to add up to 65 GWs of solar power capacity by this year itself, according to the solar manufacturing association of China.

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Bhoomika Singh

Bhoomika is a science graduate, with a strong interest in seeing how technology can impact the environment. She loves covering the intersection of technology, environment, and the positive impact it can have on the world accordingly.

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