TOKYO, March 2, 2017 /CNW/ -- Sungrow, the world's leading PV inverter manufacturer, launched a new product for Japan's solar market with the reveal of its new string inverter, the SG33K3J, at the 7th Annual Int'l Smart Grid Expo in Tokyo. (Booth W10-20, Tokyo Big Sight, Mar. 1-3)
As an important supplement to the string inverter pipeline led by the SG49K5J, Sungrow's flagship product in Japan, the SG33K3J expands possibilities for solar customers. The SG33K3J and the SG49K5J are both designed for higher power generation with DC/AC ratio of the SG33K3J reaching up to 2.0.
Central inverters were also featured at the Tokyo show. Sungrow showcased the SG2000, recently employed in the BCM's (Blue Capital Management Co., Ltd) 200MW power plant.
"Sungrow is committed to technical innovation. We continue to bring new products and solutions to better meet ever-changing demands from customers in Japan," said Renxian Cao, president of Sungrow.
Sungrow is the world's leading PV-inverter manufacturer with over 26GW (up to June 2016) installed globally. Founded in 1997 by the University Professor Renxian Cao, Sungrow is the global leader in research and development in solar inverters, with numerous patents and a broad product portfolio offering solutions for residential, commercial and industrial applications. With a 20-year track record of growth and success, Sungrow's products are available in over 50 countries, and have maintained a market share of over 30% in China. In 2015, Sungrow successfully occupied an over 20% market share in Germany. Sungrow topped the world with PV inverter shipments of 2015 reaching up to 8.9GW. Learn more about Sungrow by visiting: http://www.sungrowpower.com
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