Sungrow wins a contract supplying 200MW PV inverters to Blue Capital Management Co., Ltd, in Japan

09.01.2017

Tokyo – The PV inverter manufacturer Sungrow has recently signed an agreement with Blue Capital Management Co., Ltd, a Japanese developer, for the supply of 200 MW of central inverters in Japan. Tokyo-based developer Blue Power noted that they felt confident in the agreement “as Sungrow has an excellent manufacturing operation and provides reliable inverters with proven quality.” The plant will be completed in three years. Blue Power plans to build a total of 500MW in the future. The project will employ Sungrow’s SG2000 central inverter.

The inverter features a containerized design, which saves both logistics and installation costs. The SG2000 enables all components to be accessed without entering the container, and like all other Sungrow products, reaches up to 99% efficiency.

“Sungrow remains dedicated to bringing green and effective energy to markets in need all around the world. We will continue to offer class-leading products and services to our Japanese partners.” said Professor Renxian Cao, President of Sungrow.

Quelle: Sungrow

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