Huawei expands operations in Europe

Heavyweight Chinese inverter manufacturer Huawei Solar announced an expansion of its European Supply Center, with a new inverter production facility in Eindhoven, Netherlands, which the company hopes will help it service its European customers with better efficiency and flexibility.

As Chinese PV companies continue to consolidate their position as the global force in solar manufacturing, one of the country’s leading string inverter manufacturers has announced an expansion of its European production facility. Huawei uses its European Supply Center in Eindhoven, Netherlands, to service forty countries in the European, Central Asian and Russian market, and believes this expansion will be able to add further value to its business in those regions.

The facility opened in May 2015, and has since almost doubled its volume, now with the capacity to produce 100,000 units per months, of which 7,000 are inverters. Interestingly, the new manufacturing capabilities at the facility will enable the company to amend and tailor the software and licensing for its inverters, which Huawei argues will enable it to increase flexibility.

Read the full story at pv-magazine.com.

Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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