Established in 2005, Ginlong (Solis) Technologies (Stock code: 300763.SZ) today has one of the widest installed base of string inverters globally, with their inverters interacting with utility grids in markets around the world.
The company has a very high focus on research and development to keep pace with the high demands, and pace of change in the renewable energy sector. Solis has been actively involved with national bodies to in the formulation of 10+ national and industrial standards, and has formulated two national standards in the name of the first drafting unit. As a key participant in laying down industrial standards for photovoltaic cluster inverters, Solis takes its responsibility very seriously.
Solis' R&D team has helped Solis get approvals on multiple domestic and foreign authorized patents. Solis remains one of the pioneers at the cutting edge of change in the industry. The strong response to our products range has meant a wide global presence for the firm today. Solis has set up global offices and technical after-sales service centers in the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Brazil, South Africa, India, Mexico, Spain, Netherlands, Romania and other places. Solis products have been used in high profile locations and projects around the world including the Shanghai Expo, (Shanghai, China) and on the Eiffel Tower (Paris, France) along with other leading domestic and commercial projects.
Solis has achieved rapid growth in revenue and profit for many years in a row because of its leading technology and its dedication to product quality. Solis ranked No.3 in the global PV inverter shipment in 2021 (Source: IHS), No.2 in global single-phase and No.3 in global three-phase string market share by shipments.
Solis is committed to a global vision built on product-centered engineering, putting customers at the center of our most critical decisions, and ensuring their role in the transition to clean energy by helping make it more efficient, safe and dependable.