Krannich Solar cooperates with GoodWe for the Indian market
Krannich Solar, one of the leading distributors for photovoltaics worldwide has signed a cooperation agreement with the manufacturer GoodWe for the distribution of their inverters in the Indian market.
GoodWe is a leading manufacturer of PV inverters and energy storage solutions. With 12GW installed in more than 100 countries, GoodWe solar inverters have been largely used in residential rooftops, commercial systems, and energy storage systems.
The product range includes single-phase, three-phase and hybrid inverters of the series NS, DNS, SDT, SMT, MT, EM and ET, which already achieved great success in India thanks to their unique technical advantages, compact design, easy installation and quick return on investment. Thanks to the excellent quality of the products, GoodWe has been singled out with the All Quality Matters Award of TÜV Rheinland for the last 4 years in a row.
To start the collaboration, the two partners hosted a successful customer training on 26th April 2019 in Hyderabad, where customers received an intensive product training and could get in touch directly with representatives from both companies.
Sandeep Banodiya, Sales Director of Krannich Solar India said:
We are very pleased to start working together with GoodWe. The inverters complement our product range very well as they offer our customers excellent quality and significant added value. With GoodWe we will create a winning partnership in the Indian market. Krannich Solar therefore now offers even more innovative inverter solutions for every requirement.
James Hou, GoodWe Sales Head for India said:
We are very excited to partner with Krannich Solar in the Indian market. As a leading photovoltaic wholesaler in the world, Krannich Solar can always serve photovoltaic installers in an expert and effective way. Together we will constantly provide excellent service for our customers, constantly improving and enhancing the quality and tailoring the features of our products, exceeding the requirements of the Indian market.