Sungrow and Green Gold Energy Forge Partnership For 500MWh Projects In Australia

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Sungrow, the world’s top inverter and energy storage system solution provider, announced a memorandum of understanding with Green Gold Energy to work on 500MWh projects over the next three years, bolstering utility scale project collaboration in the Australian market.


Senior officials from both firms attended the signing event, which took place at the Smart Energy Exhibition in Sydney. Sungrow will supply Green Gold Energy’s planned renewable energy projects with cutting-edge integrated solutions such as energy storage systems, PV inverters, and PCS under the terms of the deal. The corporation intends to speed the implementation of big utility-scale renewable energy projects in South Australia, which will assist in fulfilling the state’s growing need for clean energy.

“We are excited to partner with Green Gold Energy, a company that shares our commitment to sustainable development and renewable energy,” said Joe Zhou, Country Manager of Sungrow Australia. “This collaboration is a testament to our joint efforts to accelerate the adoption of clean energy and reduce our carbon footprint.”

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“We are delighted to team up with Sungrow, a leading player in the renewable energy sector,” stated John Huang, Managing Director of Green Gold Energy. “Our collaboration will enable us to leverage Sungrow’s advanced integrated solutions and expertise to develop and operate large-scale renewable energy projects that will contribute to Australia achieving net zero emissions.”


The partnership between Sungrow and Green Gold Energy is intended to benefit both firms as well as South Australia’s renewable energy industry. The alliance is well-positioned to thrive in Australia’s fast-growing clean energy sector, thanks to Sungrow’s cutting-edge technology and Green Gold Energy’s expertise in establishing and running renewable energy projects.

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