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Sungrow Powers Germany’s Energy Transition with 172 MWp Project in Tramm and Lewitzrand

Sungrow, a global leader in renewable energy storage solutions, has successfully played a pivotal role in Germany’s energy transition with a groundbreaking 172 MWp project in Tramm and Lewitzrand. This remarkable undertaking is a testament to Sungrow’s commitment to advancing clean energy adoption on a large scale and driving the nation’s ambitious renewable energy goals. Connected to the public grid, the project provides clean electricity directly to end consumers, cementing its position as a major energy transition initiative in Germany. Equipped with Sungrow’s state-of-the-art SG3125HV-20 plus 7.2 MV skid solution, this mega-project is a significant milestone in Germany’s journey towards a sustainable and carbon-neutral future.

A Transformational Energy Transition Project

The 172 MWp energy transition project in Tramm and Lewitzrand is a shining example of Sungrow’s dedication to accelerating the clean energy revolution. By providing a massive capacity of 172 MWp, this installation significantly contributes to reducing Germany’s dependence on fossil fuels, fostering a more resilient and sustainable energy infrastructure.

Empowering Public Grid Connectivity for End Consumers

The successful connection of the project to the public grid ensures that the clean electricity generated is readily available to end consumers. This massive injection of renewable energy into the grid not only reduces carbon emissions but also promotes a reliable and greener energy supply for businesses and households in the region.

Sungrow’s Cutting-Edge Solution for Maximum Efficiency

Central to the success of the 172 MWp project is Sungrow’s SG3125HV-20 plus 7.2 MV skid solution. Known for its exceptional performance, this high-voltage inverter solution optimizes energy conversion and ensures seamless integration into the public grid. Its cutting-edge technology maximizes energy yields, enhancing the project’s overall efficiency and supporting Germany’s ambitious energy transition targets.


Sungrow’s 172 MWp energy transition project in Tramm and Lewitzrand represents a remarkable milestone in Germany’s clean energy journey. By harnessing Sungrow’s innovative SG3125HV-20 plus 7.2 MV skid solution, this mega-project successfully supplies clean electricity to the public grid, empowering end consumers with renewable energy and bolstering Germany’s commitment to a sustainable, carbon-neutral future. As Sungrow continues to drive renewable energy innovation, projects like this play a crucial role in accelerating the global transition to a greener and more sustainable energy landscape.

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