Photo voltaic inverter and options supplier Solinteg is opening a brand new manufacturing unit within the Chinese language metropolis of Wuxi that may add an preliminary 4GW of producing capability as the corporate goals to satisfy growing demand for its merchandise.
As a consequence of be formally put into operation on 15 March 2023, the ability has 4 manufacturing traces and has been constructed to satisfy the corporate’s capability growth wants within the subsequent two to 3 years.
Based in March 2022, Solinteg claims to supply essentially the most full product portfolio of hybrid inverters for the residential and business and industrial (C&I) photo voltaic markets.
Given the excessive variety of orders for its Integ M 3-20kW hybrid inverter and the truth that its newly launched Integ M 25-50kW mannequin has been nicely acquired by C&I clients, the producer stated it now has an pressing must construct new factories.
After releasing three new hybrid inverter merchandise in 2022, Solinteg will this 12 months launch the Integ O sequence of 7-125kW grid-connected inverters, the Integ M second-generation upgraded 6-20kW hybrid inverters, 3.6-6kW low-voltage hybrid inverters and three.6-6kW low-voltage AC coupling inverters, along with an Integ R sensible meter.
With a foremost manufacturing hub positioned close to Shanghai, Solinteg has workplaces in Singapore, Australia, the Czech Republic and Germany, the place it has arrange an R&D centre targeted on renewables analysis.#
Along with the brand new manufacturing plant in China, the corporate additionally plans to assemble warehouses in Mexico, Brazil, South Africa and India, because it goals to supply extra environment friendly high-quality services for its international residential and C&I clients.
Solinteg’s continued growth comes after the corporate closed a Sequence A funding spherical led by TCL Ventures – a monetary funding platform of TCL Expertise, a number one know-how firm that entered the PV trade in 2020 – and different monetary traders.
With plans to capitalise on hovering demand for residential and C&I photo voltaic, Solinteg goals to achieve 10GW of manufacturing capability in 2025.