GERMANY: Sungrow, the largest Asian producer of PV inverters, recently announced that their SG15KTL inverters were appointed to be used again by Blessing & Feucht in Germany, considering Sungrow inverters' outstanding performance on yields and reliability for more than one year in a PV plant in Blasihofe.
The project, located in Blasihofe, close to Stuttgart, was built and operated by Blessing & Feucht components sourced via Krannich Solar, one of the largest global PV-Systems distributors and a partner of Sungrow. Krannich Solar recommended Sungrow's three-phase string inverter SG15KTL due to its high efficiency (Photon-Test grade A) and its light weight of only 50kg.
SG15KTLs have been running safely since the plant connected to the grid in November 2011. Their high reliability and high power yields are highly appreciated by Blessing & Feucht.
"We need high-quality inverters with superb performance, and Sungrow inverters perform very well. The reliable running and high power generation in 2012 are clearly evidence that Sungrow is one of the best in this industry," said Blessing & Feucht. "No wonder they can get grade-A evaluation from Photon Lab's test. We are pleased to choose Sungrow inverters in our new horse-riding hall in December 2012."
"During the collaboration with our distribution partner and the plant owner, Sungrow showed our strength of producing cost-efficient PV inverters but still meeting all latest requirements with ideal functions. Sungrow inverters are recognized and accepted by more and more customers. They prefer to reuse our inverters in their newly launched projects," Raymond Wong, VP of Sungrow, said.