Sungrow to supply inverters for 100MWp solar project in Vietnam

21 August 2018 (Last Updated August 21st, 2018 11:09)

Global inverter solutions provider for renewables Sungrow Power Supply has signed an agreement with Dai Hai Power to supply central inverters for a 100MWp project located near the Northwest of Buon Me Thuot City, Vietnam.

Sungrow to supply inverters for 100MWp solar project in Vietnam
Photovoltaic modules. Credit: Zbynek Burival on Unsplash.

Global inverter solutions provider for renewables Sungrow Power Supply has signed an agreement with Dai Hai Power to supply central inverters for a 100MWp project located near the Northwest of Buon Me Thuot City, Vietnam.

The 100MWp project will make use of 31 units 1500Vdc 2.5MW central inverters. The company will supply the inverters with a transformer and RMU.

"The project is expected to promote regional economic growth and enhance the social life for the local communities."

The project will be developed on brownfield sites, which are reportedly suitable for solar energy generation as the site offers natural conditions.

Upon completion, the project is expected to generate 150GWh of clean energy on an annual basis.

Dai Hai Power general director Le Quang Minh said: “Dai Hai Power is excited to expand its partnership with Sungrow.

“We collaborated with Sungrow ten years ago and its products are still working stably on our projects. We value Sungrow’s proven performance track records and efficient commissioning features for the various domestic and international interconnection requirements.”

The solar project site is also located near the hydropower plant, which provides Dai Hai Power an option to source clean power at all times.

Sungrow Photovoltaic and Storage business division president Jack Gu said: “We’ll continue executing strategies to consolidate our presence in this promising market to serve our local customers better.”

In addition to clean energy, the project is expected to promote regional economic growth and enhance the social life for the local communities.