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Wednesday, February 26 2020 - 14:40
AsiaNet
Sungrow Signs a 100MW Supply Agreement with YUASA during Japan's World Smart Energy Week 2020
TOKYO, Feb. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, signed a 
100MW agreement with the reputed Japanese group YUASA to distribute 
comprehensive PV and energy storage solutions across Japan during World Smart 
Energy Week 2020, expanding its market position in developing renewable energy 
and decarbonizing the local economies. 

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Caption: Sungrow Signs a 100MW Supply Agreement with YUASA at Japan's World 
Smart Energy Week 2020


YUASA is a Japan based company with over 300-year company heritage. "It's 
another landmark cooperation for us to communicate closely to provide 
competitive solutions based on local needs in Japan. Sungrow stands out due to 
its optimal products and the comprehensive service when we take an in-depth 
comparison," said a spokesperson from YUASA.

"We are more than delighted to partner with YUASA to better serve the local 
customers in this market of huge potentials. We'll keep relentlessly pursuing 
technical innovations to minimize LCOE and offering more profitable portfolio 
despite the ongoing FiT," said Sun Xiao, Country Manager of Sungrow Japan.

At the show, the Company displayed a progressive technological product 
portfolio including commercial inverter solutions for distributed PV projects, 
turnkey central inverter solutions for utility-scale installations and energy 
storage system solutions as well.

Optimized to address the Japanese growing demands on distributed PV plants, 
Sungrow's commercial solution SG100CX-JP was debuted at the show. Equipped with 
12 MPPTs, the 1000V solution, is compatible with bi-facial modules and enables 
optimal performance in complex terrains. It's also resilient to harsh 
conditions armed with a IP66 and C5 corrosion class protection. With built-in 
PID recovery function, the solution maintains unprecedented yields for solar 
plants. 

Given the power constrictions caused by natural disasters like typhoons and 
earthquakes, the energy storage is vital to stabilize the renewable energy 
supply in Japan. Sungrow's integrated energy storage systems (ESS) on display 
include AC-Coupled solution ST159KWH-50HV and DC-Coupled solution 
ST751KWH-D350+SG49K5J for C&I applications, which can meet the demand of peak 
shaving or guaranteeing 24 hours of continuous power yields. The containerized 
solutions can minimize the equipment footprint, enable friendly O&M and overall 
cost-saving. With over 900 application cases, Sungrow ESS is increasingly 
experiencing higher demands by customers worldwide.

Since its Japan branch was established in 2014, Sungrow has made big moves in 
this vibrant market with considerable landmark projects supplied, such as over 
50MWh ESS solutions across Japan, 9MW PV project in Tochigi and 2MW PV project 
in Oita. 

About Sungrow

Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd ("Sungrow") is the world's most bankable inverter 
brand with over 100 GW installed worldwide as of December 2019. Founded in 1997 
by University Professor Cao Renxian, Sungrow is a leader in the research and 
development 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, commercial, and residential 
applications, as well as internationally recognized floating PV plant 
solutions. With a strong 22-year track record in the PV space, Sungrow products 
power installations in over 60 countries, maintaining a worldwide market share 
of over 15%. Learn more about Sungrow by visiting www.sungrowpower.com.

SOURCE: Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd.

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