Sungrow has launched the latest additions to its PV and energy storage portfolio at Intersolar 2021. The new products include an ultra powerful string inverter, SG350HX, a liquid cooled energy storage system and residential PV and storage flagship products.
SG350HX: Ultra powerful string inverter
The SG350HX is optimized for utility-scale projects, is fully compatible with both 182mm and 210mm large-format bifacial modules and features a maximum output power of 352 kW. It supports a single block design as large as 8.96 MW for the European market and a high DC/AC ratio of up to 1.8. Availability in Europe is scheduled for mid 2022.
ST2752UX: Liquid cooled energy storage system
Sungrow’s new energy storage system is based on liquid cooled technology, which reduces capital and operating expenses. The reduction in expenditure is as a result of pre-assembly, easy on-site installation and a more effective cell working environment which significantly slows capacity loss. The liquid cooled system is optimized in terms of safety due to a standout anti-leakage design and an integrated water fire fighting system.
Residential Sector: 1-Phase and 3-Phase Solutions
Tailored to various residential scenarios, Sungrow offers a wide range of 1-phase and 3-phase solar and storage solutions. These include PV inverters ranging from 2 kW to 20 kW, hybrid inverters between 3-10 kW, and a high-voltage battery with a wide range of between 9.6-25.6 kWh. Thanks to their extendable capacity, these turnkey solutions enable flexible configurations for different rooftops, not only guaranteeing maximum yields but also optimum charging and discharging capabilities.
Robust market performance
“We’re delighted to showcase our flagship product solutions at Intersolar Europe this year. Since we embrace sustainability as one of our core values, we are accelerating the transition from ambition to implementation in the race towards a cleaner, healthier, more resilient world with continued innovations,” commented James Wu, Sungrow’s Vice President.
Sungrow currently has a market share of over 26% in the European utility-scale sector. The company is also making significant strides in the distributed generation market, having forged partnerships with an increasing number of local distributors. In terms of storage markets, Sungrow’s experienced energy storage team stands out in the European ESS market, having supplied to numerous landmark projects, including the continent’s largest standalone ESS project (100MW/100MWh).