Ginlong(Solis) Technologies, a global leader in manufacturing solar inverters, has won two prestigious awards at the Solar Future Award 2021, the company said.
Solis was named the“Company of the Year – Inverter” and the“Company of the Year – Energy Storage Systems” at Solar Future Awards Ceremony in Shanghai, China on 9th November.
Organised by Leader Associates – a global leading renewable energy event organizer, the awards aim to promote the development of Vietnam’s renewable energy and solar projects in Vietnam, to achieve a sustainable future.
In both the critical categories of the Solar Future Awards 2021, Solis has successfully established its name as a winner.The award honors technological innovations and groundbreaking solutions.
Solis uses innovative string technology to deliver first-class reliability, validated under the most stringent international certifications.Solis optimizes its inverters for each regional market, servicing and supporting its customers with its team of local experts.
“Awards like Solar Future Award are just validation to us for the efforts we put in. We see these awards as yet more inspiration to achieve our goals to play our part in ensuring a smooth energy transition in every market we operate in.” saidEric Zhang, Solis Global Sales Director.
Speaking at the award presentation ceremony, Tim Xue, Solis Business Development Manager said, “I’m very excited and proud to be accepting this award from the Leader Association and being voted a winner in “Company of the Year: Inverter” and “Company of the Year: Energy Storage Systems”.
“This is the result of the joint efforts of all the colleagues, as well as support from the leadership team and personnel across the wider company,” he added.
He further stated, “I would like to express my sincere thanks to all the organizations and experts who voted to award this to Ginlong Technologies.”
“Solis is committed to fulfill the needs of its current and future customers and will continue to ensure every effort is made to deliver great service always,” he added.