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Sungrow Wins 150MW Contract With Mytrah Energy (India) to Supply Solar Central Inverters

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Sungrow will help with the design, engineering, manufacture and assembly of central inverters for Mytrah’s Solar projects in the states of Telangana and Punjab in India. Sungrow’s SG2500 Turnkey Solution employed in this project features high yields with its maximum system efficiency reaching up to 99%. The 10 feet container design enables the SG2500 to be easy for deployment, saving time of installation.

 

“High efficiency, ease of installation & manitenance design of Sungrow central inverters, in addition to their local technical support and global acceptance were some of the important aspects of why Sungrow was selected as the inverter supplier. We would be happy to be associated with Sungrow for our future projects as well.”commented Mr. Girish Gelli, Director, Mytrah Energy (India) Private Limited.

 

“Sungrow is very pleased to be a part of Mytrah for supplying inverters to their esteemed projects. We are delighted and overwhelmed to receive this contract from Mytrah and it leverages the intellectual capital in the design and supply of inverters for large scale energy generation assets. This contract gives us enormous momentumfor solar inverter business in India,” said Prof.Renxian Cao, President of Sungrow.

Solar manufacturing | News published on 19 / 08 / 2016 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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