Sungrow Announces Roadshow Debuting the Latest 1500V Outdoor Central Inverter Solutions in the United States
Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution for renewables, is launching roadshows spanning the United States, debuting the latest 1500V central and string inverter solutions tailored to North America. With products on display in a semi-truck, the 17-stop tour started from Denver on November 2 will last until the end of December.
The outdoor central inverter solution SG3600UD-MV for 1500V system is optimized for utility-scale installations, featuring a high DC/AC ratio up to 2.0 and being compatible with bifacial modules and tracking systems, enabling high yields. The inverter is prefabricated with inputs for DC-coupled storage solutions which could be added at a later stage. In addition, it supports PCS mode so that the battery can be charged by grid and regulation will be more flexible. Furthermore, equipped with the self-constructed function, the inverter solution can construct AC power by controlling the inverter to work in voltage frequency mode, thereby supplying AC power for debugging of the equipment in advance, ensuring a shorter commissioning duration.
Also on display is the 1500V string inverter SG250HX, one of the best-selling PV inverter solutions for utility-scale applications with over 5 GW deployed till now.
“Sungrow is excited to debut the latest product portfolio in the creative and immersive roadshow amid pandemic. Keeping social distancing is our priority to maintain the health and safety of attendees on-site,” said Hank Wang, General Manager of Sungrow Americas.
With a comprehensive local team offering professional full-service, Sungrow has extended partnership with a magnitude of EPCs, distributors and integrators. The celebrated projects across the regions include Techren 2, a 250 MWp project located in Nevada, largest solar projects under construction in Wyoming and Washington State and the biggest plant online in Rhode Island.
The Company continues an upward growth trajectory with an expected inverter shipment of nearly 5 GW in the United States this year, leading the market share locally.
Source: Sungrow Power.