SNEC 2023: Inverter maker AISWEI to reach 25GW annual production capacity

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AISWEI’s booth at SNEC 2023. Early estimates vary but in excess of at least 120,000 visitors are thought to have attended the show last week. Image: Solar Media

Inverter and hybrid solutions manufacturer AISWEI’s senior global marketing director Ada Zhu speaks with PV Tech director David Evans about the company’s products and where the global PV market is going.

The company makes products and solutions encompassing PV inverters, hybrid inverters, EV chargers and energy management system technologies. That includes 75kW to 110kW three-phase inverters for commercial and industrial (C&I) applications and a new single-phase residential all-in-one hybrid battery inverter.

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Aiswei’s total annual production capacity has reached 10GW while a new manufacturing hub in development with bring that capacity to 25GW, to meet “huge demand of the domestic market and also of the overseas market as well,” Zhu tells us.

While Aiswei claims to have reached high market share in China for home inverters in particular, the company has also doubled the number of countries it serves since 2021 to over 40, Ada Zhu says. To continue pursuing market share, Aswei’s all-in-one hybrid energy storage system targets a big opportunity the company sees continuing to emerge in markets around the world.

You can also watch our series of product showcases from SNEC 2023, with Day One hereDay Two here and Day Three here.

Aiswei showcased hybrid inverters and energy storage systems as part of its range of products and solutions. Image: Solar Media.
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