The partnership between Chinese inverter manufacturer Sungrow and Sydney-based wholesaler Solar Juice has been taken to a new level after the partners signed a 2GW capacity distribution deal.
In July 2020, Chinese inverter manufacturer Sungrow and Sydney-based Solar Juice signed a 150 MW distribution contract to target residential and C&I markets. On May 6, 2022, the partners signed a new long-term distribution agreement with a capacity of 2 GW which they say is “the largest and most comprehensive that [the] The Australian solar market has never seen.
Clearly, the residential and C&I sectors are still the engine room of the Australian solar market, with this expansive partnership demonstrating the booming demand in solar despite the reduction in FITs.
Solar Juice is now ready to offer the full range of Sungrow, including photovoltaic inverters, storage systems and batteries.
Solar Juice Director Rami Fedda described Sungrow as a market leader known for quality and reliability and backed by a top-notch local team. “We are happy to cooperate with Sungrow for such a huge supply contract,” Fedda said, “and ensure that its products also serve local customers.”
Sungrow’s Australian Country Manager, Joe Zhou, said, “The 2 GW milestone will help Sungrow seize market opportunities and strengthen brand engagement in Australia. This also represents a boost for both brands. With Solar Juice, we will provide clean, reliable and renewable solutions to every customer.
Sungrow has been present in the Australian market since 2012, supplying its range of inverters. In 2018 he expanded its reach into the Australian residential storage market, marketing its PowCube storage system.
Solar Juice has been the largest distributor of premium rooftop solar inverters in Australia since 2013, selling over 300MW in 2019.
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