To date, Sungrow has supplied its inverter range to Australia. It is now expanding its reach into the residential storage market, as the supplier highlighted in annoucnment which introduced its new prodcut range available in Australia.
According to the statement, the company will now ofer its PowCube storage system to the Australian market. The system uses Samsung SDI battery cells and will be availble in different capacity sizes, starting from 4.8kWh and ranging up to 14.4kWh. Sungrow and Korea’s Samsung SDI have collaborated on battery storage products for the PV sector since 2016 – including in the utility scale segment.
Furthemore Sungrow introduces its Crystal Inverter range to Australia. The inverters will be available as single and dual maximum power point tracker (MPPT) inverters, sized at between two and five kilowatts.
Benson Jiao, managing director of Sungrow Australia said, “This is a pivotal moment in Sungrow’s global expansion. Australia is a strategic market for Sungrow and we are well poised to leverage our international leadership position as we continue to build out our diversified product portfolio.”
Sungrow’s is a relatively new arrival to the Australian marketplace. It reports that its market share has increased from from 0-10% between 2013 and 2015.
Installers can sign up for training programmes to be held in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in early June. The company itself stresses that its installers and customers will benefit from the good local support network, it has established since it entered the Austrlaian market.
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