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Sungrow donates PV plants to children’s welfare facilities in South Korea

Inverter and energy storage solutions provider Sungrow has launched a donation campaign named “Energy On Project”, to donate PV plants for child welfare facilities in South Korea.

Sungrow donates PV plants to children's welfare facilities in South Korea

The campaign demonstrates the company’s dedication to fulfilling The United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a renewable energy trailblazer.

The campaign was initiated by Sungrow with the engagement of other solar energy companies and institutions.

The first project with a capacity of 9 kW was completed in Jahye-won, a children’s community home located in Chungju, South Korea’s Chungcheongbuk-do province in November 2022. Jahyewon is a small group home (SGH) housing four children.

The project was supported by the Korea Energy Agency, and was supplied with Sungrow inverters, Hanwha Solutions modules, structures and construction from Solarpos.

The project is expected to generate 1100 kWh of clean energy monthly, equivalent to saving 102,000 South Korean won.

Kim Sook-hee, the director of the Jahye-won project, said that “The community home is located in a mountainous area, making seasonal heating and cooling costs quite high. We’re delighted to see electricity costs reduced as a result of the project.”

“Renewable energy shapes the future of power. As a responsible company aligning with UN 17 SDGs, Sungrow is proud to organize the ‘Energy On Project’ campaign to make clean energy accessible, favorable, and sustainable to more communities, facilities, and next generations. With the first project completed, we’re poised to power more child welfare facilities locally,” said Hoseob Kim, Country Manager of Sungrow South Korea.


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