Sungrow recently announced it would strengthen its global delivery capability by establishing a new factory in Bangalore, India.
The new manufacturing facility, having an annual production capacity of 3 GW of central and string inverters, can support Sungrow’s rapidly growing customer base in regions across the world.
In 2017, Sungrow shipped over 16.5 GW of PV inverters worldwide, an increase of over 48% from 2016. Demands from India, the US, Europe, Japan, and other APAC countries drove much of the growth.
“Sungrow is always committed to optimizing all kinds of resources to better meet our customers’ needs. With our same level of unmatched manufacturing and operational capabilities, the addition of a new factory in India will significantly enhance our delivery capability locally and elsewhere in the world,” said Professor Renxian Cao, Chairman of Sungrow.
With most of its production facilities based in China, the new factory to be launched in the second half of 2018 will be Sungrow’s first factory outside China.