The global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, Sungrow won the MESIA Solar Awards 2022 as the “Regional Technology Provider for Inverters” at the World Future Energy Summit 2022.
The Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA) is the largest solar trade association in the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region, representing more than 150 international and local organizations. Each year, MESIA awards companies for their good practice, professionalism, quality, safety, and innovation.
Being the only company winning this award, it bears strong testimonials to Sungrow’s advanced technologies. In 2022, Sungrow applied for the “Regional Technology Provider” with its ultra-powerful string inverter SG350HX and the most innovative “1+X” modular inverter.
According to MESIA’s testimonial of this award, the two utility-scale inverters, SG350HX and “1+X” modular inverter prove more technically adaptable to the MENA region, as they are able to lower the Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) by the compatibility with the growing preference of higher wattage. Both inverters passed all international and IEC standards and they have high protection standards.
Throughout the past three days from January 17th to 19th at the World Future Energy Summit 2022, Sungrow showcased several new products. Many prestigious energy companies including ACWA Power, EDF, Masdar, AMEA Power, Marubeni visited Sungrow’s booth and learned about these new solutions.
Sungrow also signed a total of 340 megawatt of residential, and C&I inverter orders with three well-known distributors including Organge from the UAE, ACO from Egypt and AI-Raebi from Yemen.
Sungrow Power Supply
Founded in China, Sungrow Power Supply is a leader in the R&D of solar inverters with the largest dedicated R&D team in the industry and a broad product portfolio offering PV inverter solutions and energy storage systems for utility-scale, C&I, and residential applications, as well as floating PV plant solutions. It is also the world’s most bankable inverter brand with over 182 gigawatts installed globally as of June 2021.