The 320MW solar power plant in Rajasthan, India, equipped with 1657 units of Sineng’s string inverters SP-250K-INH, is running stably with performance outstripping initial expectations. As part of Bhadla Solar Park, one of the world’s largest solar farms, the project generates about 2,200,000 kWh of electricity per day and is anticipated to generate 803,000,000 KWh of electricity annually, equivalent to eliminating approximately 800,591 tons of carbon dioxide emissions each year.
By pledging to reach the net-zero target by 2070, India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi, not only set the tone for the nation’s climate action trajectory, but also called for more businesses to take prompt actions – operating in smarter, more efficient and sustainable ways. To embrace the long-term decarbonization, Sineng works to improve people’s access to clean energy and turn the vision into reality.
With extensive experience gained in diverse projects and continuous innovation in technologies, Sineng’s industry-leading PV inverter solutions shine in the Indian market for their quality, efficiency, and safety. Located in Bhadla Solar Park, the “almost unlivable” environment places greater emphasis on the inverters’ reliability, for normal temperatures hovering between 46 °C and 48 °C (115 and 118 °F) and sandstorms occurring frequently. Sineng’s 250kW string inverters, given their IP66 and C5 anti-corrosion protection standards, can adapt to climate extremes while ensuring the PV plant’s stable operation. Featuring maximum efficiency up to 99.0%, 12 MPPTs, I/V curve scan and diagnosis technology, the inverters optimize the LCOE and increase the return on investment.
Having shipped over 9GW inverters in India and establishing a manufacturing facility in Bangalore of 10GW production capacity, Sineng consolidates its dominant position in the local market by delivering trustworthy solutions and localization services. In the future, Sineng will continue to foster prosperity in the solar industry, fuel the energy transition, and uncover more opportunities for a greener future.