SOFAR’s new smart factory – where technology and sustainability meet

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SOFAR has commissioned the first phase of its brand-new manufacturing base in Huizhou, China, significantly expanding its production capacity and intensifying its focus on intelligent manufacturing practices.

The first phase of the factory spans over 110,000 ㎡, at a total investment of some CNY 800 million. It features state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge technology, enabling the company to produce quality solar inverters and energy storage systems at a much faster pace, better meeting the increasing demands for smart energy solutions across the globe. The second phase of the project is expected to be commissioned in 2024. Once fully operational, the annual manufacturing capacity for solar and storage products is expected to increase by more than 3 million units, including 2 million grid-connected inverters, 0.6 million hybrid inverters and 0.6 million batteries.

To reduce SOFAR’s carbon footprint, the smart factory incorporates energy-efficient lighting and packaging solutions, with a rooftop area planned for a solar installation expected to generate an annual 1 million kWh of clean electricity to power operations.

“We are delighted to have opened our new smart factory, taking a giant leap towards our goal of promoting renewable energy solutions,” commented CEO RF Yin. “The facility represents the best of modern manufacturing technology and sustainable practices and it will play a critical role in our efforts to deliver reliable and efficient smart energy solutions to our customers around the world.”

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