Athens, Greece, 9 November 2020 - Huawei, a leading global ICT and digital power solutions provider, announced today that by the end of 2020, it will supply110 MW of Huawei FusionSolar inverters to Krannich Solar’s subsidiary in Greece through SKE GmbH, its Value Added Partner and Service Partner for utility-scale, commercial and residential PV market in Southeastern Europe. 95 MW out of the total power has already been successfully delivered, while the rest is expected to be delivered by the end of the year.
Krannich Solar, as a certified distributor of Huawei FusionSolar inverters, covers its Greek and Cypriot customers’ demand by maintaining a secure stock of equipment locally, in its central warehouse facilities in Kalochori, Thessaloniki, Greece. The main goal of Krannich Solar, SKE and Huawei is to further develop its installers’ network by continuously providing specialized training to enable them to design and realize the best applications of PV systems, even for the most demanding investors.
Huawei and its innovative FusionSolar inverters, that harness more than 30 years of expertise in digital information technology, usher in the 2.0 era of AI + PV, redefining the industry with regards to power generation, O&M, grid connection, and safety.
Mr. Alexandros Athanassiou, CEO of Krannich Solar M.E.P.E. stated: "Krannich Solar, having 25 years of expertise and experience in supplying photovoltaic equipment globally, continues to achieve impressive results in the local photovoltaic market and gain customers’ trust based on the proven reliability of Huawei inverters combined with its wide product range offering that covers every PV plant size, topped by the comprehensive service and technical support offered by the local Huawei team in Greece. We will enhance our partnership with Huawei and SKE further to support the dynamic Greek solar market.”
As stated by Mr. Sam Zheng, Huawei Regional Sales Director: "Huawei is redefining the PV industry internationally, with Artificial Intelligence technologies that meet future needs and contribute to the emergence of photovoltaics as a major energy source. In Greece, the company, is already dynamically positioned in the new era of the PV market, and is further strengthening its local presence to respond even more efficiently to the growing demand and requirements of the installed base with a variety of services including commissioning, service line technical support as well as immediate replacement of inverters from our warehouse in Greece. "