Sungrow, the global leading inverter supplier for renewables, announced it recently made a compelling success with an open course held in one of Indian well-known university, Indian Institute of Technology Patna (IITP), under the title solar innovation and contribution.
The open course has attracted hundreds of attendees and marked the beginning of Sungrow’s exploration and research into inspiring undergraduates. It brings the views of renewable energy to initiate and nurture interactive and productive engagement with college students.
Sungrow Organized Solar Training in IIT Patna
“Solar energy has far-reaching benefits, from developing a better environment to striking a business deal,” said a student who participated in the event. “The solar industry saw the most robust growth with multiple value expanding massively. I am excited to learn fruitful details about PV in particular due to Sungrow’s presentation,” he added.
“Sungrow is committed to double down on efforts to build itself into a responsible and professional team, the main driving force toward this direction was our wish to draw in large crowds to engage in solar industry to realize the dream of ‘clean power for all’,” said Jack Gu, President of Sungrow PV & Storage Division.
The partnership between IIT Patna and the company has more than just being knowledge-sharing. Notably, the operational PV plant in IITP is utilizing Sungrow string inverters, supplying clean power to hundreds of facilities in the campus. The cooperation with Sungrow will strengthen IITP’s role as a major base for standout engineers as well.
The company is gearing up to have another two technical workshops in Indian campus in late 2018, remarked the organizer from Sungrow.
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