The Intersolar 2012 was closed in Munich, Germany on June 15. Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd., the largest PV inverter manufacturer in Asia, participated in the exhibition and successfully attracted various visitors’ attention with its multiple PV inverter products, more than 2,000 visitors came to Sungrow’s booth, which became a hotspot on the exhibition.
Two new products, SG30KTL and SG1000TS, were put on display. The medium power inverter SG30KTL(30KW) is compact and light with high conversion efficiency, can be manually installed and maintained without lifting devices. It also makes up the shortage of medium power inverters on the market and is especially suitable for roof and ground PV power systems and conforms to BDEW and VDE4105. SG30KTL is China’s only medium power inverter that conforms to BDEW which attracted much attention in Europe.
The container inverter room SG1000TS(1MW) adopts 1MW unit design and integrates two SG500MX inverters and an AC/DC distribution cabinet. This container design is easy for transporting and installation. The integrated SCADA monitoring system is completely compatible with intelligent grid interfaces. The integrated camera provides 24-hour remote monitoring. The product completely complies with the relevant Chinese standards and German BDEW for LVRT. Meanwhile, its output can match with transformers of different types and voltages. Therefore, the product features high flexibility, easy maintenance, and low cost and is a perfect turn-key solution. It also shows that Sungrow’s flexible complete PV system solutions are highly received on the market.
Sungrow’s inverters have been successively certified with TÜV, CE, ETL, Enel-GUIDA, AS4777 and CSA and conform to BDEW and VDE AR N 4105. In a recent evaluation of Photon lab, SG15KTL inverter was granted Class A rating. Meanwhile, Sungrow was also appraised as Chinese Sturdiness by Photon.
The rise of Sungrow has been very obvious, it was the only enterprise in China’s PV industry which ranked in the top 10 among Forbes’ China Top 100 Most Promising SMEs in 2012. In addition, according to the latest IMS’s statistics, Sungrow took up about 1/3 market shares in China in 2011 and has become the largest inverter supplier in China, even in Asia.