Conergy to purchase Sungrow’s inverters for global projects

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Hamburg, Germany, -based solar developer Conergy is to purchase inverters from China-based power supply equipment maker Sungrow.

Conergy will be installing Sungrow’s inverter models such as the SG60KTL/66kVA/55kg units at its commercial and utility scale projects across the globe over the next year, the company has reported in a statement.

Transmission efficiency, lightweight design, and precise readings offered by Sungrow’s inverter models met the specifications Conergy was looking for, the statement added.

Initially Sungrow’s inverters are to be set up at a 5 megawatt solar ground-mount system in the United Kingdom.

Currently the company Sungrow has a total of 12GW capacity installations of its technology across the globe.

Earlier this year, Conergy secured the EPC contract for an 830 kilowatt power plant that was to be based at Fudosan Kanri Center in Shinhidaka, Japan.

Fudosan Kanri Center was to serve as the local construction partner of the ground-mounted installation covering about 18,000 square meters.

The company was to develop more than 3,300 Conergy modules of the “P-Series” at the project. And the project was to produce more than 900 megawatt hours of clean energy per year on the most northerly island of the country.

Japan has been heavily investing in renewable energy transition and installed about $20 billion worth of PV systems in 2013.

Ajith Kumar S

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