Sungrow partnered with Solar Electric Vietnam Joint Stock Company (SEV) and completed the 1,470.56 kWp solar system for the Toyota Boshoku Group.
Sungrow provides its popular string inverters, the SG110CX solution, to ensure the efficient electricity supply. SG110CX boasts multiple MPPTs to increase the yield, and IP66&C5 protection level to aid with a stable, safe, and durable operation. In addition, Sungrow also incorporates this solution with its IV scan function so that post O&M is not only easier, but more reliable for this rooftop solar system.
Toyota Boshoku Group has a mandate to reduce 2% of CO2 emission every year. This mission drives this MNC to generate clean energy with this rooftop solar project. When this rooftop plant goes into operation, it is expected to offset over 1,582 MWh energy consumption per year, and will help Toyota reduce 1,338 tons CO2 annually.
Tien Luu, the CEO of SEV Vietnam, said, "I am happy that SEV is cooperating with more global leading players in renewable energy such as Sungrow. This partnership will continue contributing more for the efforts of the Vietnamese government and business community to achieve net zero by 2050 by implementing many solar rooftop projects for MNCs."
"Sungrow is very honored to work with SEV for this valued project and we also look forward to more cooperation to help strengthen SEV's success in solar projects and provide clean power for local people," said Mr. Michael Ruan, Country Head of Vietnam, Sungrow.
Sungrow has been a key player in the Vietnamese and Southeastern Asian renewable energy industry for many years and it will continue providing high-quality solutions and services in order to meet the local demand in the future. Although the FiT3 policy has yet to be introduced in Vietnam, Sungrow is still confident in this market's bright future to build a more sustainable world through clean energy.