Sungrow to Supply Inverters to INPOS for 61 MW Rooftop Solar Projects in Vietnam

Sungrow is cooperating with INPOS, to build a batch of rooftop solar projects for many multinational corporation factories like Taiwan Flour, Khanh Hoa Beverage, Miza Paper, etc.

March 03, 2022. By News Bureau

Sungrow is cooperating with INPOS to build a batch of rooftop solar projects for many multinational corporation factories like Taiwan Flour, Khanh Hoa Beverage, Miza Paper, etc.

The total capacity excesses 61 MWp, which can reduce 48,405 tons of COemissions annually, equivalent to planting 3,355,000 trees. 

The projects spread from northern to southern Vietnam, and they have been successfully commissioned since 2020. In 2022, over 20 MWp will be commissioned and deployed and are expected to reduce 16,460 tons CO2 per year.

Multinational corporations build these solar systems on their own roofs for self-consumption and they have very high industry standards in safety and reliability. To meet these standards, Sungrow will provide them with its reliable SG110CX string inverter.

As it has 9 MPPTs and compatibility to bifacial modules, this solution can achieve max. efficiency 98.7% of electricity generation; the IP66 and C5 high protection standards promote stability outdoors even in high heat and frequent rainfall.

This solution has successfully supplied more than 2GW C&I solar projects in Vietnam during the past years, proving its strong competitiveness.

Mr. Nguyen Khoa Dung, CEO of INPOS said, "Through cooperating with the international-standard supplier and professional team of Sungrow, we head closer to realizing our ambitious goal to have breakthrough developments in the future, so as to help Vietnam achieve net zero emissions by 2050."

Michael Ruan, Country Head of Vietnam, Sungrow added, "It is such an honor for Sungrow to work with INPOS for these mega rooftop solar projects, which improved both of our prestige and capacity in the Vietnamese market. Sungrow values the strategic partnership with INPOS and wish to have more cooperation in the future."

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