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Dutch Utrecht Government Delegation to Visit KSTAR to Boost Economic Relations

Source:KSTAR

With Guangdong Government’s invitation, distinguished guests vice-governor Robert STRIJK from Utrecht, a city of Netherlands, led a group of delegates to visit KSTAR on Nov 12,2019. The delegation consisted of esteemed members of Netherlands government, health counselor, head masters, business development managers and professors.  It was our great honor to meet all of them at KSTAR headquarters.

KSTAR senior management warmly welcomed the distinguished guests and had a friendly brief introduction of KSTAR at the meeting room. The delegation from Netherlands were keen on the advanced data center, PV inverters and battery systems, but also interested in the city Shenzhen,which generated a nice bilateral discussion between Utrech and Shenzhen.

Utrech is located at the heart of Netherlands and has good interconnection to the rest of Europe and Netherlands. Also the Dutch have a very good digital connection. For Shenzhen Guangdong,It is the window of China’s reforming and opening up. It is a good idea to promote bilateral investment and trade between Shenzhen and Utrecht, further strengthening exchanges and cooperation  in the areas of economy and trade, tourism, education, culture, agriculture and environments.

KSTAR,a famous large enterprise from Shenzhen, was very much pleased to meet the distinguished delegates and seek new cooperation with each other. For distinguished guests from Utrecht ,they were also very pleased to see the length and establishment of KStar in different domain of energy and data centre, DC fast charging and domestic battery applications of residential users.

“To protect the climate and offer a better life for the local, Netherlands plans to go full green in near future and release 1 million e-car.” One guest of the delegation told us.  Referring to PV-Magazine report, Netherlands reaches 27 GW of solar by 2030. The forecast for solar in the Netherlands is sunny. An additional 5 GW of solar power will have been deployed in  2019 and next, enough to raise Dutch PV capacity to around 9 GW. Based on the figures, We definitely believe that “the plan, to go full green in near future and release 1 million e-car”  in Netherlands will come true.

Thanks to the bilateral support from Netherlands and China,KSTAR has ever introduced new PV technology to the Netherlands and will continue to popularize the new energy and data center products over the country.KSTAR has provided the 12.5KW inverter for the University of Groningen in Netherlands in March 2019, where there are 46 copies of the building integrated PV (bipv) product applied to the roofs of 2 houses. The total capacity of the 2 PV systems is 12.5 kilowatt peak. The solar roof tiles will generate 9,800 kilowatt-hours of solar power annually.

The distinguished guests expressed their great interest in KSTAR various products and design knowledge and hoped to materialize that into a bilateral agreement in future.

In the near future, KSTAR will introduce smart new energy and data center products to the Netherlands, enabling our customers and partners to lead in the intelligent world. KSTAR is willing to strenghen the cooperation with Netherlands and drive the intelligent upgrade world.

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