PHAOS Renewables, a Greek company with extensive experience in the PV sector and the official distributor in Greece and Cyprus of SUNGROW, the global leader in solar inverters, has announced SUNGROW inverter orders have exceeded 100 MW since August, 2019.
More specifically, PHAOS Renewables has undertaken the supply of SUNGROW’s solar inverters concerning the new Commercial Extreme (CX) and High Extreme (HX) lines, PHAOS Renewables announced in a statement.
SG110CX, SG50CX and SG250HX inverters along with the appropriate telecommunication systems, COM100E, were ordered for and are supplied to 135 projects of 500KW to 1MW nominal power, adding up to the impressive figure of 103 MW in less than a year, the company noted. The projects are owned by various energy communities and private investors in Greece, it added.
The company estimates this achievement would have been even greater had global market activity not been suspended by the coronavirus pandemic. The company is set for plenty of Q3/2020 action with a significant pipeline of projects in line.
PHAOS Renewables remains committed to continuing in the same manner so as to preserve the achievement of more than 100MW in less than a year, without any impact in terms of the quality of the services that it provides to its clients. For this reason, it continues to invest in people by hiring experienced solar experts and looks towards the future with greater confidence, the company noted.
PHAOS Renewables has already achieved partnerships and cooperation with global solar leaders and guarantees the provision of high-quality solutions regarding solar inverters, PV modules and mounting structures, both fixed and moving (solar trackers).
Moreover, it has successfully participated in the supply of PV modules and mounting structures for various projects in Greece.
Aiming to exclusively provide absolutely reliable products, and also committed to serve its partners’ and clients’ needs with products and services of the highest possible value, its portfolio consists of PV equipment coming from the leaders of the industry, it noted.