RENAC shines at the 2019 India REI Exhibition

From September 18 to 20, 2019, India International Renewable Energy Exhibition (2019REI) opened at Noida Exhibition Center, New Delhi, India. RENAC brought a number of inverters to the exhibition.

At the REI exhibition, there was a surge of people at the RENAC booth. With years of continuous development in the Indian market and close cooperation with local high-quality customers, RENAC has established a complete sales system and strong brand influence in the Indian market. In this exhibition, RENAC exhibited four inverters, covering 1-33K, which can meet the needs of different types of India's distributed household market and industrial & commercial market.

India International Renewable Energy Exhibition(REI) is the largest international renewable energy professional exhibition in India, even in South Asia. In recent years, with the rapid growth of India's economy, India's photovoltaic market has developed rapidly. As the second most populous country in the world, India has huge demand space for electricity, but due to the backward power infrastructure, the supply and demand are extremely unbalanced. Therefore, in order to solve this urgent problem, the Indian government has issued a number of policies to encourage photovoltaic development. Up to now, India's cumulative installed capacity has exceeded 33GW.

From its inception, RENAC focused on the production of photovoltaic (PV) grid-tied inverters, off-grid inverters, hybrid inverters, energy storage inverters and integrated energy management system solutions for the distributed generation systems and micro grid systems. Currently Renac Power has developed into a comprehensive energy technology company integrating "core equipment products, intelligent operation and maintenance of power stations and intelligent energy management".

As a well-known brand of inverters in the Indian market, RENAC will continue to cultivate the Indian market, with high performance-price ratio and high reliability products, to contribute to the Indian photovoltaic market.