Sungrow Signs Agreement to Supply its Inverter Solutions to 750MWp PV Projects with Sonnedix
As part of this collaboration, Sungrow will supply string inverters, central inverters, and medium-voltage stations to Sonnedix.
July 11, 2023. By News Bureau
Sungrow announced that it signed a framework agreement to supply its inverter solutions to 750MWp PV projects with Sonnedix.
As part of this collaboration, Sungrow will supply string inverters, central inverters, and medium-voltage stations to Sonnedix. Besides, Sungrow will also deliver professional services such as personnel training to support Sonnedix’s expansion plan across Europe.
“We are excited to partner with a company like Sungrow, with a strong track record in delivering high-quality solutions. I am confident our teams will continue to grow and develop this relationship further, as we push together the energy transition forward,” commented Marc Lohoff, Chief Operating Officer at Sonnedix.
“We are thrilled to working alongside Sonnedix, a respected player in the renewable energy sector,” said James Wu, Senior Vice President of Sungrow. “By joining forces, we can leverage our expertise and strengths to accelerate the adoption of clean energy. Sonnedix’s extensive experience and track record in developing and operating solar projects will enable us to deliver greater value to the market,” added Wu.
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