Inverter solution supplier Sungrow officially declared its another R&D Center was opened in Nanjing, China's Jiangsu province, on the opening day of the national carbon emission trading market.
July 28, 2021. By News Bureau
Inverter solution supplier Sungrow officially declared its another R&D Center was opened in Nanjing, China's Jiangsu province, on the opening day of national carbon emission trading market. The center focuses on the R&D in smart technologies, big data, software integration, etc., expected to be the Company's second largest research institute in the next three to five years.
Sungrow Nanjing R&D Center occupies 2,000 square meters of office area and it plans to employ 200 people by the end of 2021. By 2025, the number of employees will gradually increase to 600. In addition, the R&D and experimentation office area will expand to 10,000 square meters.
Many universities and research institutions are located in Nanjing. Many talents and ideas are rooted in Nanjing. With these advantages, the Sungrow Nanjing R&D Center is poised to concentrate on software development and technological integration in diversified, interconnected and multi-faceted energy digitalization, IOT, intelligence, industrial cyber security, and supportive grids. This center will also conduct advanced research on energy internet, energy storage management, wind energy, electric vehicles, future grid, and more.
Sungrow maintains a large proportion of R&D investment and boasts more than 2100 R&D employees, accounting for over 40% of the total, having applied more than 3,100 worldwide patents. The Company has built a number of R&D Centers in Hefei, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Nanjing. The Company is also establishing R&D facilities overseas. With keen R&D efforts in both domestic and foreign markets, Sungrow is proving a true model of multinational matrix of innovation business.
The establishment of Nanjing R&D Center further demonstrates Sungrow's dedication to innovative talent development, sustained by the cooperation with first-class science and research institutions, universities, and other innovation platforms. Upon the opening of the Nanjing R&D Center, Sungrow also initiates its talent development model combining industry, education and research.
At the opening ceremony, Jack Gu, Senior Vice President of Sungrow, said, "The establishment of the Nanjing R&D Center marks a significant step for Sungrow to further its technological innovation and enrich its talent pool."