Sungrow Power Supply has introduced the SG250HX, the world’s most powerful 1500Vdc string inverter, which is optimized for hilly, utility-scale installations and designed for bifacial modules and tracker systems.
In recently released first half 2019 financial guidance, three China-based PV inverter manufacturers, Sungrow, Ginlong and Kehua have mainly guided weaker profits than reported for the prior-year period.
Major PV inverter manufacturer and EPC firm, Sungrow Power Supply Co has increased revenue in the first quarter of 2019 by 30%, compared with the prior year period as its power plant system integration business expands.
Major PV inverter manufacturer and EPC firm, Sungrow Power Supply Co has warned that net profit in the first quarter of 2019 would be lower than expected, due to a significant reduction in new PV grid connections in China.
PV inverter manufacturer, Sungrow Power Supply Co had the most incredible revenue generation in the fourth quarter of 2018 that surpasses anything any PV company has ever experienced. The problem of course is why?
Major China-based PV inverter manufacturer Sungrow Power Supply Co has confirmed that it was selected by GRIDSERVE to provide specially adapted central inverters and ESS (energy storage systems) to a subsidy-free 34.7 MW PV park being built in Hull, UK for Warrington Borough Council.
A personal perspective on why a solar company could take on its rivals and thrive in a year full of disruptions to the industry but report record results and revenue growth that is unlikely to be topped by any other PV manufacturer in 2018.
PV inverter manufacturer SolarEdge Technologies continued quarterly revenue generation trajectory, despite market dynamics, has result in market share gains and achieving Q3 2018 revenue that is higher than its nearest rival SMA Solar, for the first time.
Major PV inverter manufacturer SolarEdge Technologies has continued to post record revenue and shipments in the third quarter of 2018, surpassing the 1GW of quarterly inverter shipments milestone for the first time.
The Chinese government’s decision (531 New Deal) to curtail utility-scale and distributed generation (DG) PV deployments just after the SNEC trade show at the end of May, not only surprised the industry but has since fuelled a significant ASP decline of modules and inverters.