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Growatt received Best Service Network Solar Inverter Company of the Year for rooftop at solar conference in Mumbai, India. Growatt has been increasing its investments in India, hiring more local sales and service engineers since early 2018. The award recognizes Growatt’s achievement made in customer service for the Indian solar market.

Growatt Regional Director Rucas Wang, who led Growatt’s sales and service team in India, was excited about the news and saw the award as reward for hard work of his Indian team. “We’ve been recruiting local sales and service engineers and now we have over 15 engineers for customer service. Our team are doing a great job and provide professional service for our clients.”

Moreover, Growatt is committed to providing product and service training for clients and improve their professions. “Our collaboration with local partners are very strong and we have been providing professional training for our clients. These efforts not only improve our customer service, but continue to build the image of Growatt’s reliability.” said Wang.

Growatt has developed its Online Smart Service(OSS) platform in order to further improve service experience. “For clients, Growatt OSS platform is a very convenient and advanced tool for O&M. Clients can log onto the platform to monitor, upgrade and manage PV systems. It can save clients lots of time and money. For end users, they can use the tool to monitor their own systems and read energy production.” Wang introduced.

Growatt has been developing business and expanding their footprint in India for over eight years. So far, Growatt has established its service center and warehouse in Hyderabad. Service offices in 8 major cities have been established in order to provide on-site services across India. A toll-free service hotline has also been set up to provide fast response for our customers.  

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GoodWe reiterates its ranking as a major global player

With a volume of more than 4 GW of capacity shipped in 2018 and more than 12 GW of total capacity installed all over the world, in 2018 GoodWe reached the ranking of the 7th largest supplier of PV inverters on a global scale. That information according to the recently released report by Wood Mackenzie and titled Global Solar PV inverter market: Market shares and shipment trends 2019.

This is not the first time that according to an authoritative international institution GoodWe makes it to the list of the largest suppliers of PV inverters (IHS and Bloomberg on previous years have also identified us a major supplier). The fact that an organization as reputed as Wood Mackenzie classifies our company on that ranking makes us very proud and it is a joy to share this with our global customers.

First, the hard facts of this report: in 2018, the GoodWe shipments of PV inverters reached 4% of the global market share, which in itself is remarkable, considering how fast the global market has been growing and how rapidly this trend intensified last year.

In two large central regions of the world, Europe and Asia-Pacific, GoodWe maintained an outstanding performance: last year, GoodWe supplied 3% of the inverters acquired by the European market, which made our company the top 10 largest supplier of this continent, which also happens to be the regional market with the fastest growth in the world and consequently, the strongest contributor to the growth of solar in the world.

In Asia-Pacific, GoodWe reached a 5% of the market share, making our company the 4th largest supplier, which is remarkable given the volumes involved and the size of the national markets of this region, that include the largest world markets of China and India and the sophisticated market of Australia.

The year of 2018 was very challenging for the Chinese solar industry, but GoodWe still managed to expand in the global market and the inclusion of our company on the Wood Mackenzie top ten list bears witness to those efforts. It is also worth mentioning that the more than 4 GW volume shipped by GoodWe last year was 35 times more than what we shipped in 2012 and more than double of what we shipped in 2016. The Wood Mackenzie report fully illustrates that despite the challenges of last year, GoodWe has managed to maintain a remarkable high rate of annual growth that since 2012 has averaged 100%.

Across the world the solar industry is experiencing a fresh wave of growth and the demand has continued to expand and diversify. The quality expectation of consumers around the world has become more complex and the inverter suppliers are forced to innovate and deliver value to meet the rising demand and excel amid fierce competition. GoodWe’s competitors are formidable companies and being part again of the big leagues is not a small feat in these times of rapid evolution.

The continuation of GoodWe on the selected group of the world top largest PV inverter suppliers rests on several factors. Three of them stand out: GoodWe has understood that service is of critical importance to win customers trust and satisfaction and as such it has set up local service teams in Europe, Latin America, India, Australia, Korea and other markets. The expansion seen over the past year of the GoodWe businesses across the world is just a reflection of those efforts.

Another factor is that GoodWe is distinguished by its capacity to react quickly to the customer demand, something that has been allowing the company to improve its products over significantly short periods of time.

Last but not least, it is worth mentioning the wide and expanding portfolio of GoodWe products that allow the company to cater to different market segments and within these, meet the quality expectations of different kinds of customers.

To all our partners and potential customers, we would like to tell you that when you buy or consider to buy a GoodWe inverter you are acquiring the product of a reputed brand that is among the top 10 global suppliers. Rest assured that this carries our commitment to provide you with value and the best service. Being part of the Wood Mackenzie top ten list gives us the motivation to keep improving on all respects. 

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For the past few days people from across the solar industry were gathering at Intersolar Europe. Global solar markets have ups and downs, but this year the world’s leading annual solar exhibition are filled with optimism. Speaking at European Solar Development Seminar organized by Growatt, IHS Markit Senior Analyst Susanne von Aichberger said, “From our research and analysis, we believe European solar installations are on the rise. This is good news for the industry.”

Overall, European Union is set to reach EU-wide renewable energy target though some member states fail to reach their own 2020 targets according to Susanne. Encouraged by the solid growth of European solar markets, Growatt has been increasing its investments in the region, hiring more staff and establishing branch office in Rotterdam recently. 

At the seminar Growatt Co-founder and Sales Director Frank Qiao unveiled a couple of its next generation PV solutions to the audience. Its latest product developments, MIN 2.5-6k TL-XH and MAX 50-80kTL3 impress the audience a lot. “At first glance, you’ll find our new generation product models have got appealing designs. But that’s not all. Their powerful functions will make them more attractive”, said Qiao.

“MIN has OLED display and touch button and customers will have a better user experience. Its touch button has a longer lifespan and can last over three million clicks. Moreover, it’s storage ready. We are seeing the trend in solar storage and though we have already offered one-stop storage solutions for both retrofitting and newly-built PV systems, our new residential inverter includes this storage ready feature that will help reduce the cost and prepare the system owners for the future of self-consumption and storage.”

For commercial and industrial rooftop solar projects, Qiao strongly recommends MAX 50-80kTL3, “At this fair we are receiving a lot of positive feedback for MAX. Many clients think MAX’s not only cool but have got many features that will suit their projects, such as 6 MPPTs, anti-PID, AFCI etc. What makes it more special is its quad-core architecture. With dual DSP, CPLD and ARM chips, its capability has been greatly enhanced to handle functions like surge protection, I-V curve scan, fault waveform record, one-click diagnosis and so on.”

Growatt has been growing steadily in Europe for the past nine years and with offices established across Europe, new models added into the product lines and more staff joining their team, Qiao is looking to grow their sales substantially in coming years.

Siemens Corporate Technology US, Siemens central research and development unit in the US, announced it was selected for a $6.4 million research award from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office to advance solar energy’s role in strengthening the resilience of the U.S. electricity grid.

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