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Solis has achieved a remarkable milestone of 2GW shipments. Also, Solis has recently emerged victorious with a 29.18% market share out of the entire share of 2196 MW capacity of inverters supplied in 2021. To mark this achievement, the company hosted a celebration on May 6th in Bangalore. More than 160 esteemed guests joined the celebration.
At the event, Idrish Khan, Solis’s Chief Technical Officer in India, summarized the sales and service of Solis over the years. “As a global leader in inverters, Solis is highly focused on the Indian market. Since entering India in 2016, the company has continuously introduced industry-leading products and solutions. It has also set up an Indian branch with a responsive marketing and service team, which has improved its localization operations. Now as we enter the sixth generation of inverter technology platform, this has undoubtedly established a solid foundation for achieving good market sales results.”
Top representatives from Fourth Partner Energy, Amplus Solar, Tata Power Solar, Hero Future Energies, and other well-known Indian players attended the event. K.L.H. Raya, Secretary, Karnataka Renewable Energy System Manufacturers Association graced the occasion with a speech.
K.L.H. Raya, congratulating the Solis team for this feat, added, “I believe after-sales service plays a critical role in the success of a company. Deepa Solar has been using Solis inverters for 2 years now. Their customer care and service backup are very good and make them stand out as compared to others. “
Sunil Kumar MD of Urban Engineer Consultancy Pvt Ltd congratulated the Solis team on this major milestone and mentioned that Solis inverters have added a lot of value to their projects. He further said, “Solis’s innovation contributes to a project’s being very economical and cost-effective and makes it very viable for an end customer.”
Manav Virdi, Head of Rooftop Procurement from Tata Power Solar said that their association with Solis started as an experiment that has been tremendously successful. He further quoted, “Instead of working on a transactional basis, Solis has been like a partner, working hand in hand throughout the journey. With their innovative techniques and regular interactions, they brought all the difference.”
Solis has the widest installed base of string inverters globally, with its inverters converting DC to AC power and interacting with the utility grid, thus reducing the carbon footprint and helping to enrich society around the world. Solis has achieved rapid growth in revenue and profit for many years in a row because of its leading technology and its dedication to product quality. This achievement of 2GW shipments is a testimony to the same. This achievement represents a significant milestone for the company, after years of deep cultivation of the Indian market. It will encourage Solis to explore more of the Indian market and promote sustainable development of low-carbon and green energy in India.
Solis is committed to a global vision built on product-centered engineering, putting customers at the center of our most critical decisions, and ensuring that we play our role in the transition to clean energy by helping make it more efficient, safe, and dependable.