Solis Inverters wins ‘All Quality Matters’ Award for C&I Segment

String inverters specialist Ginlong Solis has won the ‘All Quality Matters’ award on the back of excellent quality for its commercial inverters called ‘Solis-(25-50)K-5G’ that help commercial and industrial (C&I) segment customers to generate solar photovoltaic (PV) energy to fulfill their energy requirements.

July 24, 2020. By Manu Tayal

String inverters specialist Ginlong Solis has won the ‘All Quality Matters’ award on the back of excellent quality for its commercial inverters called ‘Solis-(25-50)K-5G’ that help commercial and industrial (C&I) segment customers to generate solar photovoltaic (PV) energy to fulfill their energy requirements.

During the award ceremony of the Solar Congress ‘All Quality Matters’ 2020, the company has received the award from TÜV Rheinland, specialized in providing certifications and conducting technical tests to ensure the quality and reliability on various aspects of companies globally.

The event brings together over 400 industry representatives, experts and academics, focusing on the PV revolution in Asia-Pacific and in countries with largest global economy.

Commenting on the achievement, Lucy lu, general manager assistant from Ginlong (Solis), said “we thank TÜV Rheinland for awarding Ginlong (Solis), this is the biggest recognition and praise for our technical innovation. Our Solis-(25-50)K-5G three phase series string inverter adopt 4 MPPT desing to provide a more flexible configuration scheme with a smaller environmental impact rate and higher generation efficiency.”

Moreover, the company claimed that its ‘Solis-(25-50)K-5G’ PV inverter has stable input capability, EU efficiency, power quality, output capability, and thermal stability.

In TÜV testing, the overall performance of the company’s inverter earned excellent marks and first place as the ‘commercial medium-power PV inverter’ making it a reliable, high-quality option for the C&I sector.

“For many years, Solis has marched ahead hand in hand with TÜV Rheinland, upholding the mission of build a cooperation and exchange platform for the PV industry. And now China’s PV industry has successfully completed its upgrade from ‘quantity’ to ‘quality’ with fair prices and even lower prices to come. We will continue to promote innovation and advancement of PV technologies in China to drive the continued growth of the sector. This 50kW witnessed Solis’s professional experience accumulated for 15 years in the global PV field,” lu added.

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