[Athens, Greece, October 13 2020] Huawei will supply 100MW of solar string inverters Huawei SUN2000 to kIEFER TEK LTD, through SKE GmbH, its Value Added Partner and Service Partner for utility-scale, commercial and residential PV market in Southeastern Europe. The 100MW inverter capacity supplied will be installed in a complex of solar parks owned by energy communities of farmers in Etoloakarnania, in Greece.
Huawei offers leading Smart PV solutions harnessing more than 30 years of expertise in digital information technology. With applications such as the Smart I-V Curve Diagnosis, and smart grid connection algorithms, coupled by increased dynamic MPPT efficiency, as well as TUV verified >99.996% inverter availability and MBUS communication running on AC-line, Huawei is about to usher in the 2.0 era of AI + PV, redefining the industry with regards to power generation, O&M, grid connection, and safety.
kIEFER TEK, a Huawei FusionSolar inverter distributor, is one of the most successful and rapidly growing companies in the Greek energy sector. The company provides comprehensive solutions for the development, design, supply of equipment, construction and maintenance of energy systems, as well as systems operating in the primary sector such as greenhouses and livestock units.
Quoting the partnership Christos Petrocheilos, kIEFER TEK' General Manager noted: "We have decided to partner with Huawei and SKE in this very special portfolio of energy projects, to leverage its innovative technology, high-quality products, and local service support to ensure a smooth commissioning with maximum performance, simple O&M that will reduce our operating cost and secure our customer’s investment.”
As Sam Zheng, Regional Sales Director, Huawei stated: "We are both extremely delighted that kIEFER TEK, is trusting us to help them realize the integration of solar energy plants in the Greek agriculture. We are committed to providing more value and a better experience to our customers while minimizing their operating costs and contributing to their vision of transforming PV from an auxiliary energy to a main one."