Solis recognised among top 50 Chinese global enterprises

  • Ginlong (Solis), the world’s third-largest and market leading inverter manufacturer, has been included in the prestigious “GlocalIN Top 50 Technology Faces of Chinese Global Enterprises” corporate map.

MIT Technology Review China, DeepTech, and LinkedIn China have collaboratively unveiled the “GlocalIN Top 50 Technology Faces of China’s Global Enterprises” map, recognising Solis for its exceptional contributions to the field of clean energy technology. This selection process focused on evaluating companies across intelligent hardware, industrial robots, medical health, and new energy sectors.

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The comprehensive assessment involved analysing technological innovation, international talent development, overseas market influence, globalization achievements, industrial impact, and overall performance. Solis emerged among the top 50 Chinese global technology companies following a thorough evaluation and statistical analysis of data from more than 100 firms.

Renowned for its reliability and cutting-edge technology, Solis has been pivotal in advancing global energy transition efforts. Securing a place in the top 50 Chinese global technology companies reaffirms Solis’s influential role in shaping the energy landscape. With a mission to “develop technology to power the world with clean energy,” Solis remains dedicated to driving advancements in energy transition globally. This commitment has propelled the company to the third position in PV inverter manufacturing worldwide.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

About Ginlong (Solis):

Established in 2005, Ginlong (Solis) (Stock Code: 300763.SZ) is the world’s third-largest PV inverter manufacturer. Providing solar and energy storage solutions for residential, commercial, and utility-scale customers, Solis delivers value across the solar supply chain. The Solis brand employs innovative string technology, ensuring top-tier reliability validated through rigorous international certifications.

By integrating a global supply chain with leading R&D and manufacturing capabilities, Ginlong tailors Solis inverters to regional markets, with local experts offering exceptional service and support. The company’s proven bankability has earned support from leading financial institutions, ensuring robust, long-term returns on investment. Collaborating with stakeholders, Solis remains committed to accelerating the world’s journey towards a sustainable future. For more information, please visit www.solisinverters.com

Power shortage has become a long-term issue in South Africa. There were 205 consecutive days of power outages here in 2022, and this has lasted every day since the beginning of 2023. In this context, Solis launched the Solis S6 Advanced Power Hybrid Inverter on April 25, 2023, with the goal of injecting new energy into South African residential and commercial power and releasing more people from the effects of power outages. The introduction of the new product brought about a strong response in the local market. Image credit: Solis

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