Sungrow, the world’s largest PV inverter manufacturer, showcased the SG2500-MV central inverter and the new SG60KTL string inverter, at the International Greentech & Eco Products Exhibition & Conference Malaysia 2016 (IGEM 2016).Sungrow’s central inverter SG2500-MV is best characterized by its cost effectiveness and highly reliable containerized design. The 20-foot container design reduces the costs of both transportation and installation. With its three-level topology design, the SG2500-MV’s maximum efficiency can reach up to 98%.
The new SG60KTL string inverter is best characterized by its 99% maximum efficiency, with its maximum DC/AC ratio reaching up to 1.4.Sungrow has been a key player in the Malaysian PV market ever since its entrance into the market in 2012. By establishing a local service center, Sungrow has been able to provide services to residential, commercial rooftop and FIT projects in Malaysia. Meanwhile, Sungrow also holds a large portion of the broader South East Asian market by having deployed a total of 500 MW in countries like Thailand, Philippine, Singapore and Indonesia. ‘South East Asia is a market that we are very proud to be involved in. Our aim is to continue to improve the performance of both island energy storage projects and large ground mounted plants in this region’, said Prof. Renxian Cao, President of Sungrow.