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Growatt Aims to Contribute in Myanmar’s Solar Market

Growatt also launched two hybrid energy storage solutions: ‘SPH 10000TL-HU’ for families and ‘WIT 50-100K-HU’ tailored for commercial and industrial (C&I) use.

May 02, 2024. By News Bureau

Growatt successfully held a gathering in Myanmar. This event, centered on solar energy storage, offered a comprehensive exploration of Growatt’s latest advancements across residential and commercial sectors and emphasized the tailored solar solutions for Myanmar.
Some countries and regions may encounter minor power instabilities, such as occasional power outages, as well as some challenges in scheduling and dispatching electricity due to the reliance on hydropower. However, with abundant solar resources, Myanmar has been actively embracing solar energy solutions to tackle the challenges and meet its energy needs. Due to an average solar irradiation of 4.5~5.1 kWh per square meter per day, the country holds immense potential for solar energy development. The Myanmar government has been supportive as well by introducing policies, such as subsidies and tax incentives.
As the organizer of this event, Growatt aims to be a pivotal contributor to Myanmar’s solar market. To provide stable energy sources and help people realize energy independence, Growatt brought its comprehensive energy storage solutions, offering optimal electricity generation, enhanced safety, scalability, easy maintenance and more.
One of the highlights was the upgraded version of the SPF series—‘Future-H Series’, an off-grid energy storage solution for residential use. This innovative all-in-one design seamlessly integrates inverters ranging from 6 to 36kW and batteries with capacities of 5.5 to 33kWh into a single, compact cluster.
In addition, Growatt also launched two hybrid energy storage solutions: ‘SPH 10000TL-HU’ for families and ‘WIT 50-100K-HU’ tailored for commercial and industrial (C&I) use. The ‘SPH 10000TL-HU’ boasts a powerful 10kW on/off output and a built-in UPS (switching from on-grid to off-grid within 10ms). Besides, it can power generators and provides compatibility with both 48V lead acid and lithium batteries. It allows for up to 3 units to be paralleled for either a 220acV or 380 acV systems. The ‘WIT 50-100K-HU’ can be easily integrated with existing generators to create a novel power supply system. It has a maximum output of 100kW and can readily scale up to 300 kW for both on-grid and off-grid applications and also stands out with a built-in UPS.
The ‘MAX 100KTL3-X’ C&I on-grid inverter is also exhibited. With its expanded string current of 15A, it effortlessly accommodates higher-wattage PV modules. Certified for IP66 and C5 anti-corrosion, this inverter guarantees reliable performance even in the harshest environments.

The event also underscored the importance of collaboration and knowledge sharing in driving the solar market. Industry experts shared insights on the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities in the market. Local installers and distributors gained a deeper understanding of Growatt’s products. With Growatt’s significant commitment and the support of various partners, Myanmar is well on its way to realize a sustainable and efficient energy future.
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