Sungrow, a leading renewable energy company, made a successful comeback at the Philippines’ largest renewable energy exhibition after a three-year hiatus. The company’s booth at the Manila show garnered significant attention as it presented its state-of-the-art solar and storage solutions. Sungrow’s strategic collaborations with local partners place it in an advantageous position to fully harness the clean energy potential of the country’s islands.
One of Sungrow’s highlights was the introduction of its latest generation of residential solutions, the SG20RT-P2, and its accompanying product lineup, marking its inaugural appearance in the Philippines. The SG20RT-P2 is designed to be compatible with high-power PV modules, enabling improved energy output.
Equipped with a smart IV curve scan function and monitoring system, the product ensures hassle-free operation and maintenance. Additionally, it can be paired with the SP600S power optimizer, making it suitable for complex scenarios, maximizing module performance, and providing enhanced safety and monitoring at the module level.
Recognizing the immense potential of the commercial and industrial (C&I) market in the Philippines, Sungrow unveiled its latest C&I PV inverter solution, the SG125CX-P2. This innovative product offers higher yields, enhanced safety features, and increased flexibility in usage. The SG125CX-P2 boasts a 30A per MPP tracker, intelligent IV curve diagnostics, integrated Type 1+2 DC overvoltage protection, and AFCI arc detection, all optimized for functionality and safety. Moreover, it is compatible with the SP600S power optimizer.
The Philippines Department of Energy (DOE) recently introduced a new market rule to support the development of energy storage systems (ESS), underscoring the country’s recognition of the untapped potential in the energy storage market. Sungrow’s PowerTitan, a liquid-cooled ESS tailored for utility-scale applications, was showcased as one of the company’s innovative offerings. Thanks to its liquid-cooled thermal management, the system boasts a longer lifespan, while the DC-DC controller allows for individual charging and discharging of battery racks, thereby enhancing overall system performance.
In line with its commitment to a greener future, the Philippines DOE has released the terms of reference for the second round of the Green Energy Auction Program (GEA2), with an ambitious installation target of 3.6 GW by 2024. This initiative presents significant opportunities for ground-mounted and rooftop solar projects. Sungrow aims to capitalize on these prospects by providing innovative and reliable renewable energy solutions, thereby supporting the country in meeting its climate targets and transitioning to a low-carbon economy.
Kevin Guo, Sungrow’s Southeast Asia Sales Director, expressed the company’s decade-long dedication to the Philippines market and its commitment to driving technical innovation and sustainability. As an industry pioneer, Sungrow remains focused on delivering competitive solutions and services that pave the way for a greener future in the Philippines.