Sungrow supplies 8.3MWp German project

14. January 2013 | By:  Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd.

Sungrow Power Supply Co,. Ltd announced that their newly released SG30KTL inverters would be used for an 8.3MWp German PV-plant.

The plant is located close to Berlin, developed by Athos Solar, also an experienced company in the PV-business. In this solar installation, Sungrow supplied three-phase string inverters SG30KTL with a maximum apparent-power output of 33kVA. The SG30KTL is embedded with string-fuses and surge-protection-devices and therefore need no external installation of these devices.. Weighted 70kg, the SG30KTL is one of the lightest products in its power class. It can be installed on the wall or on the module sub-structure, requiring only 2 workers for installation.

The very high efficiency of maximum 98.3% leads to a high energy yield of the PV-plant. So far only a few inverter manufacturers can supply such popular specification. It is worth mentioning that the inverter meets the latest utility-requirements and grid-standards in Germany such the VDE (AR-N4105) and BDEW-regulations for solar-inverters.

It is also fully compatible to the most common suppliers of plant monitoring- & control systems (SCADA). ”During the collaboration with the plant owner, Sungrow shows our strength of producing cost-efficient PV inverters but still meeting all the latest requirements with ideal functions.

Products meeting the latest customer demand in respect to product specification are the footstone for Sungrow to realize our position as the largest PV inverter manufacturer of Asia, and we still aim higher of becoming a leading player of the renewable energy industry.”, Mr. Raymond Wong, VP of Sungrow, said