Wood Mackenzie Ranks GoodWe as Global No. 1 Hybrid Inverter Supplier

  • GoodWe reached No.1 rank among hybrid inverter suppliers on a global scale and now stands proudly at the very top of this exclusive list with more than 15% global market share.
  • The figures have been confirmed by none other than Wood Mackenzie in their report titled Global PV Inverter Market Shares Full-Year 2019

GoodWe has attained this position of leadership in the complex and expanding energy storage segment. As early as 2014, GoodWe began to enter the field of solar energy storage. After years of continuous research and strategic deployment, GoodWe now boasts the industry’s most comprehensive storage portfolio from 3kW to 100kW, covering single-phase and three-phase, high voltage and low voltage, DC-coupled and AC-coupled retrofit solutions.

GoodWe occupies the top spot in energy storage in Europe, South Africa and Australia.

Commenting on this incredible achievement, CEO Daniel Huang stated: “being the No. 1 Hybrid Inverter Supplier on the planet is a recognition that motivates GoodWe to keep improving. GoodWe has always seen delivering high-quality inverters as its most important competitive advantage and its main contribution to the ongoing energy transformation. We would like to express our appreciation to our customers and partners for their continuous support and for sharing all the valuable feedback that has helped us deliver outstanding products.”

Author: Bryan Groenendaal

Source: GoodWe


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