Sungrow, one of world’s leading PV inverter manufacturers, announces the receipt of running certificates from IBC Solar India for two projects. The first is a 5.5 megawatts string inverter project, whilst the second is a 11.68 megawatts central container-solution project.
The 5.5 megawatts string inverter project, is located in Bhadla, District of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. It utilizes Sungrow’s string inverter ground space system. “We were persuaded to try this system and have found it to be an excellent product. Sungrow’s string inverter ground space system is the best we have used and the offer is very competitive. Another major attraction for us was the fact that Sungrow is a global brand,” said Mr.Rohan Jhawar, the CEO of LNB Renewables.
The 11.68 megawatts project, located in Pokhran, Rajasthan, India, uses the SG1000TS central inverter ground space system. Palimarwar Solar Project Private Limited, part of the LNB Group, is the owner of this project, and was focused on having a plug and play solution. Sungrow was able to provide the SG1000TS system within this cooperation. “With the power generation of 6500 kilowatt-hour per day per inverter, the return on investment of this project is higher than we expected. Since the completion of construction in April.2015, it has kept running stably from the first day of operation,” said Mr.Rohan Jhawar, the CEO of LNB Renewables which mainly develops solar farms and invests in wind energy assets.
“The Indian market is increasingly important to Sungrow, particularly as there are supportive policies from the Indian government”, said Professor CaoRenxian, CEO of Sungrow. “Having opened an office in India last year, we are very committed to this country and look forward to long term success here.”