Sungrow, a global inverter solution supplier for renewables with over 68 GW installed in in over 60 countries, has opened their Dubai subsidiary.
The office – at the Jumeirah Lake Towers district, Dubai, UAE — will support functions including sales, service and technical support, targeting the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) market. The Dubai office is Sungrow’s 20th international subsidiary.
The company has been active in the growing MENA market for nearly two years. Solar demand in the region is growing by 170 percent, with currently 12 GW of utility-scale solar contracted or under construction and a further 21 GW in the pre-contract phase, according to recent market studies.
“We are expanding into segments such as the 1500 Volt DC central solution,” said Jason Wang, country manager of Sungrow UAE.
Current projects under the Shams Dubai Program have the accumulative size of more than 20 MW. Product offerings in the region include key products of Sungrow’s string inverter series, SG36KTL-M & SG60KTL.
“The MENA region is key for us as policy-makers have released ambitious targets to help decarbonize their economies,” said Jack Gu, president of Sungrow PV & Storage Division.