Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, showcased the newest PV and energy storage portfolio at All-Energy Australia October 23-24, 2019 in Melbourne, demonstrating the Company's continued commitment to back Australian renewable development. A 100 MW residential agreement was signed with a leading Australian distributor, Prosun Solar, at the show.
Backed by a strong track record in industry-leading technologies, Sungrow attracted an increasing number of audience and was poised to build strategic partnership with multiple local distributors. Particularly, the Company forged the 100 MW distribution partnership agreement with Prosun Solar on-site to join forces in residential markets.
A wide range of Sungrow residential inverters, ranging from 2kW to 10kW, were presented. The residential hybrid inverter SH10RT on display is customized for an optimal performance with compact design and innovative friendly end-user interface. The residential solution with a hybrid inverter and battery guarantees not only maximum yields but also optimum charging and discharging capabilities. Sungrow holds the leading position in Australia residential market with a market share of over 10%.
Optimized for C&I and utility-scale PV applications, the Company brought a wide range of new innovations, including multi-MPPT commercial inverter SG110CX; the world's most powerful 1500 Vdc string inverter SG250HX - the product drew thousands of attendees to the booth.
The new energy storage system (ESS) solution ST556kWh-200UD was a main attraction. Supplied by the joint venture of Sungrow and Samsung SDI, this all-in-one solution is tailored for C&I projects with compact design, ensuring small footprint and optimized thermal performance. Given the cutting-edge technology, Sungrow commercial ESS solutions were deployed widely in Australia, consisting of the 500kW/755kWh project in Cervantes, WA, 250kW/548kWh project in Adelaide, SA.
Australia's rich solar power potential and existing states' incentives make it a front-runner in the burgeoning global renewable market. Since the entry to Australia market in 2009, Sungrow has built a professional team covering sales, technical support, after sales service in Australia market.
"We are more than delighted to unveil new innovations for Australian PV and energy storage markets. We'll be contributing to power more Australian households and facilities with the joints efforts with local partners," said Joe Zhou, Country Manager of Sungrow Australia.