Sungrow Introduces 2nd Generation Three-phase Residential Inverters for Australian Market

Solar inverters and energy storage solutions provider Sungrow has launched its second generation three-phase residential inverters tailored for the Australian landscape.

February 04, 2021. By Manu Tayal

Solar inverters and energy storage solutions provider Sungrow has launched its second generation three-phase residential inverters tailored for the Australian landscape.

These inverters come in five variants i.e. 5kW, 7kW, 10kW, 15kW and 20kW and incorporated with cutting edge technologies such as Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI) which substantially reduces the risk of electrical fires, Smart IV Scan and Real-time monitoring for quick fault location and troubleshooting, a wide MPPT voltage range (180V-1000V) translating to higher system yield and a fully compliant built-in DC Switch enabling easier installation and huge cost-savings.

Commenting on the product launch, Joe Zhou, Country Manager of Sungrow Australia, said that “our presence in the Australian market for more than 10 years helps us resonate with our customers and their unique needs. Our strong team of 20 personnel operate from our North Sydney office and our warehouses in Greater Sydney, which highly assist us to provide timely support to our customers.”

The company has further indicated that its market share in Australia for the residential segment has grown approx 20 per cent to 22 per cent in 2020 and the target for 2021 would be to get a stronger foothold in the segment. It is also expecting multiple deployments in 2021 across the commercial and utility-scale projects and a strong project pipeline in the battery energy storage landscape.

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