SOFAR, the global leading provider of all-scenario solar & and storage solutions, won the title of “Smart Technology Innovation of the Year” awarded by Solar Quarter in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, by virtue of its state-of-the-art innovations and extensive influence in India.
Founded in 2013, SOFAR has always insisted on independent innovation, established a global R&D network with three R&D centers and over 500 of its workforces assigned to R&D, thus gradually establishing the comprehensive technology and product R&D system.
SOFAR is strong in the Indian market and has set up local branches, storage centers, sales centers, and service centers to provide more convenient and efficient services for customers. Based on the local power grid structure, PV standards, policies, and market environment, SOFAR has formulated a series of market and product R&D strategies, seizing the opportunity to enter the market and emerge significantly. It has supplied inverters to local government power stations, farm power stations, industrial and commercial power stations, and residential power systems.
“High efficiency, easy installation & maintenance design of SOFAR string inverters, in addition to the local technical support and global acceptance are some of the important aspects of why customers choose SOFAR as the inverter supplier. By H1 2023, SOFAR shipment to India has reached over 2.5GW. We’re pleased to provide our innovative solutions for different EPCs and IPPs,” said Jesse Lau, Head of SOFAR APAC and MEA Region, “In the future, we’ll keep working on technological innovation and service optimization, further expanding our business layout to satisfy the demands of localized service support in India.”
SOFAR is a global leading provider of all-scenario solar and storage solutions and is committed to being the leader of digital energy solutions with a comprehensive portfolio, including PV inverters, hybrid inverters, battery storage systems, central energy storage, and smart energy management solutions for residential, C&I, and utility-scale applications. By 2021, SOFAR entered the TOP5 Global Hybrid Inverter Suppliers and set up a global R&D network with three R&D centers and two manufacturing bases. In 2022, SOFAR’s annual production capacity reached 10GW for PV & and storage inverters and 1GWh for batteries. By 2022, SOFAR has shipped over 18GW inverters to more than 100 countries and regions around the world. Learn more: https://www.sofarsolar.com/.