One of the world’s largest providers of power conversion and power management solutions and the second largest manufacturer of solar inverters globally, Power-One (now under the ABB brand) products are used in thousands of home solar panel installations across Australia. Delivering optimised solar energy harvesting and featuring rugged yet stylish enclosures; ABB One inverters are perfect for Australia’s often harsh conditions. Through offering quality and affordable products and ongoing substantial investment in research and development, ABB has seen significant growth during the solar revolution.
Sungrow inverters, one of the best, are turning heads in Australia – and with good reason. In 2011, it raced up the rankings by 12 positions to reach number 5 and last year was ranked the number 3 supplier of solar inverters in terms of global shipments. Sungrow is China’s largest string inverter manufacturer and over 3,000 megawatts capacity of its products are installed globally and has earned great reviews. All Sungrow units offering high efficiency and outstanding quality for inverters in this price range; leading respected industry publication Photon International to comment that a Sungrow solar inverter model it reviewed could rub shoulders with the best of the inverters it had tested to date. With optimized components and striking, robust design; SunGrow inverters are constructed to withstand Australian conditions. Listed on the Shenzen stock exchange; Sungrow has an office and warehouse in Australia.
The known German solar inverter Brisbane manufacturer, is the world leader in the design and development of on – grid and off – grid photovoltaic inverter. The photovoltaic inverter is a central component in any solar power system. SMA can offer the right type of inverter for every type of photovoltaic module used around the world and every type of grid connected, isolated and backup operation application. SMA is the world market leader for photovoltaic inverters.
Founded in 2001 in Canada, Canadian Solar (NASDAQ: CSIQ) operates as a global energy provider with successful business subsidiaries in 24 countries on 6 continents. Besides serving as a leading manufacturer of solar PV modules and provider of solar energy solutions, Canadian Solar has a geographically diversified pipeline of utility-scale power projects. With the company’s recent acquisition of Recurrent Energy, Canadian Solar’s total project pipeline is now 13.5 GW, including an increase of the late-stage project pipeline to over 2 GW. With state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in Canada, China and Vietnam, Canadian Solar employs over 8,900 workers worldwide. This translates into more than 15 GW of panel shipments, or over 70 million PV modules, in the past 15 years. Together with Recurrent Energy, Canadian Solar is ushering the way into a new era of clean, competitive, mainstream power.