Solis unveils next-gen inverters at Solar & Storage Live MENA – pioneering energy transition

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  • Ginlong (Solis), a global leader in photovoltaic (PV) inverter technology, reaffirms its commitment to advancing the transition to clean energy across Africa.
  • At the recent Solar & Storage Live MENA held in Cairo, the company showcased its pioneering residential, commercial, and utility energy solutions tailored specifically for the Egyptian energy needs.

Despite being Africa’s third-largest gas exporter, Egypt faces an inadequate natural gas supply for its own inhabitants. This issue, coupled with growing electricity demand, has led to an energy crisis characterized by regular power cuts affecting businesses and households, particularly during the summer months.

Solis utilised the Solar & Storage Live MENA platform to introduce its innovative energy storage inverters, including the 𝐒𝟔-𝐄𝐇𝟑𝐏(𝟐𝟗.𝟗-𝟓𝟎)𝐊-𝐇, a hybrid PV inverter meticulously engineered for commercial and industrial applications. The chief features of this hybrid inverter include its ability to simultaneously connect to both solar panels and energy storage batteries, making it an ideal solution for businesses to safeguard operations against power interruptions.

“Solis remains dedicated to leveraging cutting-edge technology and fostering partnerships to facilitate the transition to sustainable energy solutions in Africa and beyond. With a robust portfolio of products designed to meet diverse energy needs, the company stands poised to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of clean energy across the continent,” stated Tim Xue, Business Development Manager at Solis.

Author: Bryan Groenendaal 

About Ginlong Solis:

Established in 2005 and listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (300763. SZ), Ginlong (Solis) Technologies is the World’s 3rd Largest PV Inverter Manufacturer. The company provides cost-effective solutions for homes, businesses, and large-scale power plants, delivering value at every level of the solar supply chain. Combining a global supply chain with world-class R&D and manufacturing capabilities, Ginlong optimizes Solis inverters for each regional market, serving and supporting its customers with a team of local experts. The company aims to work with stakeholders to accelerate the world’s journey towards a more sustainable future.


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