As reported by China Central Television (CCTV), a large solar energy project in Nepal supported by the Chinese government was finally completed last December. Launched in October 2016, the project included the installation of solar panels on 23 government buildings such as the Prime Minister’s Office, the Energy Ministry and the Finance Ministry in order to effectively solve the frequent power outages in Nepal’s government departments by providing an average of 10 hours of office electricity every day.
Goodwe solar inverters were selected for this project due to their good quality and reputation. Thanks to its reliable grid support capabilities, high waterproof and dustproof grade and extra-wide voltage range of modules, Goodwe DT series inverter was the ideal inverter for this project.
“The Belt and Road Initiative brings a good opportunity for the development of Chinese PV enterprises and promotes Chinese PV technology widely around the world” said Goodwe CEO Mr. Huang Min. “Goodwe will seize the opportunity to keep growing and expanding into the international markets”.
Goodwe is a leading, strategically-thinking enterprise which focuses on research and manufacturing of PV inverters and energy storage solutions. With an average monthly sales volume of 30,000 pieces in 2017 and 16 GW installed in more than 100 countries, Goodwe solar inverters have been largely used in residential, commercial rooftops, industrial and utility scale systems, ranging from 1.0 to 80kW.