Sungrow inks 2GW distribution agreement with Solar Juice

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Inverter solutions supplier Sungrow has signed a 2GW supply contract of PV inverters, storage system and batteries with Solar Juice, one of its long-term distribution partners in Australia. The 2GW capacity makes this contract the largest and the most comprehensive one that Australian solar market has ever seen.

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In Australia, the residential, commercial and industrial segments act as the engine for the solar market growth, and will continue to have increasing PV and ESS deployment in the near future. Noticing this prospect, Sungrow and Solar Juice initiate this unprecedented co-operation to better serve customers’ booming demands. Sungrow will offer Solar Juice its full range of products, including PV inverters, storage systems, batteries and other accessories, which will supply many solar projects for Australian residential and C&I customers.  

“The 2GW milestone will help Sungrow capture the market opportunities and strengthen the brand involvement in Australia. It also represents a boost for both brands. With Solar Juice, we will provide clean, reliable and renewable solutions for each customer,” Sungrow country manager (Australia) Joe Zhou said.

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Solar Juice director Rami Fedda said, “Sungrow is a market leader with reputation for quality and reliability of product, backed with excellent support from a mature local team. We are glad to cooperate with Sungrow for such an enormous supply contract and make sure its products serve the local customers well.”

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