The agreement was signed by Joe Zhou, Country Manager of Sungrow Australia and Mark Miao, Director of Raystech Group, in the presence of industry leaders. Speaking on the partnership, Joe expressed confidence in the ability of the two companies to work together to drive the adoption of clean energy in Australia.
“The continued partnership between Sungrow and Raystech reinforces our commitment to the Australian renewable energy industry,” said Joe Zhou, Sungrow Australia Country Manager. “We believe there is a good synergy between Sungrow’s industry leadership in PV and ESS solutions and Raystech’s competence in wholesale distribution. We look forward to supplying more Australian households and C&I facilities with Raystech in the future.”
As a leading provider of renewable energy solutions, Sungrow offers a comprehensive range of products and services that are tailored to the needs of customers in different markets. With 26 years of experience in the industry, Sungrow has built a strong reputation for quality, reliability, and innovation.
Raystech Group is an international brand in renewable energy wholesale distribution in Australia and New Zealand. It offers a vast portfolio of products to lots of installers, retailers and wholesalers. Partnering with Raystech, Sungrow will make the best use of its extensive sales and service network and large customer base to enhance its brand influences and penetrate into more segments in the Australian and New Zealand market. From the initial 150MW sales contract last year to 250MW sales contract this year, Sungrow will continue to provide its high-quality residential and C&I PV inverters and ESS, such as the most popular hybrid inverter SH5.0RS, SBR battery series, and the updated commercial inverter SG110CX-P2.
Mark Miao, the Executive Director of Raystech Group added: “It is a great pleasure and opportunity for the Raystech Team to be the distributor of the most popular inverter brand in the Australian market. Through this partnership, we will cooperate with Sungrow to penetrate into more segments in the Australian and New Zealand market.”