Sungrow inks 400MW Australian distribution deal

Two men shake hands in front of Sungrow and Supply Partners signage in boardroom
Sungrow's Joe Zhou with Supply Partners Group's John Degotardi

Global inverter group Sungrow has entered into a distribution agreement with Australian tech distributor Supply Partners Group.

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Under the agreement, Sungrow will supply 400MW of inverter to Supply Partners in 2024. Supply Partners will provide direct distribution services across all residential, commercial and battery divisions.

Sungrow and Supply Partners have also agreed to a strategic alliance for commercial and industrial batteries under 5MWh to be supported by the Supply Partners technical team.

The agreement was signed by Joe Zhou, Sungrow Australia’s country manager, and John Degotardi, director of Supply Partners Group.

Joe Zhou spoke of the agreement as an opportunity for Sungrow to work with Supply Partners to grow key areas in battery and EV charging for Australian residential and commercial use.

Zhou said, “We look forward to the strong relationship between Sungrow and Supply Partners’ technical teams to build an effective product feedback loop, to better serve our Australian customers.”

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Degotardi said, “Supply Partners Group are privileged with this contract, we are proud this year to have launched New Energy Training a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) in Australia and look forward to training and accrediting electricians on how to promote and install Sungrow inverters and batteries.”

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