Sungrow expanding presence in Middle East

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The new office at the Jumeirah Lake Towers district is expected to support all key business functions, which include sales, service and technical support, serving as a regional hub for the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) market.

Major PV inverter manufacturer Sungrow Power Supply Co has established a new subsidiary in Dubai, UAE as it pursues more business in the region.

Sungrow said that the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) market was growing rapidly with 12 GW of utility-scale solar contracted or under construction and a further 21 GW in the pre-contract phase, according to recent market studies.

Jason Wang, Country Manager, Sungrow UAE said, “We are working with our existing customer base by at the same expanding into new segments such as the 1500 Volt DC central solution (SG3125HV). Our office will provide better and faster support to our customers by servicing our ever-growing pipeline.”

The new office at the Jumeirah Lake Towers district is expected to support all key business functions, which include sales, service and technical support, serving as a regional hub for the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) market.

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