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Sungrow Establishes a New Distribution Partnership with Comtronics Pvt. Ltd. in Nepal

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Sungrow Establishes a New Distribution Partnership with Comtronics

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Recently, Sungrow, the global leading inverter supplier for renewables, signed a new distribution agreement with Comtronics Pvt. Ltd., a Nepalese company aiming to develop and satisfy multi-disciplinary clients’ technical needs in the Renewable Energy field. This agreement marks Sungrow’s forward-looking strategy in developing the emerging markets of renewable energy ahead of other companies and will strengthen Sungrow’s leading position and long-term development in the South Asian region.

Through this partnership, Sungrow will work with Comtronics Pvt. Ltd. to promote and sell its C&I and residential products including inverters, ranging from 5kW to 100kW, in Nepal and other nearby regions. In Nepal, the C&I and residential segments are demonstrating positive trends for more installation, and the rooftop PV projects are considered as an initiation of the country’s efforts for sustainable development and environmental protection. Relying on the distribution partnership with Comtronics Pvt. Ltd., Sungrow is able to provide high-quality products more efficiently and effectively for customers.

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Mr. Roshan Silwal from Comtronics Pvt. Ltd. expressed, “We are very proud to be an exclusive channel partner of Sungrow inverters. Sungrow offers inverters from the range of 5 kW-100 kW for the C&I segment. With five years international warranty and the option of expandable warranty, Sungrow offers the best of the warranty and service in its class. We will mainly focus on expanding Sungrow’s business in Nepal by having a dealer’s network throughout the country and maximizing brand awareness. As such, this will make Sungrow the most valuable and saleable brand among its segment in the country.”

“Nepal is a growing country in terms of its solar sector and Sungrow, being a world leader, intends to capture the market. Securing a local distributor is a significant step towards that in order to expand its local presence and remain close to all potential customers in the region. Sungrow is also considering establishing a local sales and service network with help of our partner in Nepal to ensure the best service and products in the region. This step demonstrates Sungrow’s proactive strategy to maintain its leadership in the South Asian region,” said Namit Aneja, Key Accounts Leader of North, East India & Nepal, Sungrow.

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