HEFEI, China, Jan. 24, 2014 — The largest PV inverter supplier from Asia, Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd. recently announced that it has successfully accomplished a total 3MW delivery of PV inverters to Japan in early January 2014, which was a great start for this new year for the company’s continuous expansion into this target market.
Founded in 1997, Sungrow has already reached more than 7GW applications globally along with over 30% Chinese market share up to now. According to the power grid conditions and application requirements of Japan, those tailor-made inverters from Sungrow will be installed in commercial rooftop PV power stations in this country.
Japan is one of the major markets among the global PV industry since it has great market capacity and rapid growth rate, and basically provides the most generous feed-in tariff in the world. While the country has extremely strict requirement of PV products, few suppliers could really knock on the door and fulfill its delivery to the market.
“As early as 2005, our inverters have already been applied in Japan,” Mr. Guibiao Zheng said. “Sungrow made a breakthrough by this recent mass delivery and we are consequently more confident about our upcoming performance in Japan for the year and beyond. More Japan-specific products are being tested and Sungrow is ready to further exploit this market with our full-fledged PV power system solutions.”
Original Source: Sungrow Delivered 3MW Inverters to Japan at the Beginning of 2014