星期二, 9月 28, 2021
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Kehua and Dongfang Electric Collaborated to Penetrate into International PV+ESS Market

Recently, Xiamen Kehua Hengsheng Power Energy Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kehua Tech, and Dongfang Electric International Corporation signed a cooperation agreement to carry out cooperation in the fields of PV and energy storage, and work together to penetrate into international market.

Source:pv magazine

Kehua has market presence in 100+ countries and regions around the world and providing local services in 30+ countries, including the United States, France, Russia, Poland, Australia, India, Vietnam, Indonesia, UAE and Brazil, etc.

Kehua is the No.2 PCS Supplier in China and No.9 PV Inverter Supplier in Asia (IHS Markit 2019). By the end of 2020, the company’s global cumulative installed PV capacity has exceeded 18GW, and the global cumulative installed energy storage capacity has exceeded 1.1GW/3GWh.

Dongfang Electric, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dongfang Electric Co., Ltd., has long been committed to providing overall solutions for global infrastructure regarding energy, transportation, environmental protection etc. The company is determined to become a first-class energy and electromechanical equipment system integrator, service provider and EPC.

At present, Dongfang Electric has footprints in nearly 80 countries and regions. It has repeatedly set a record for China’s energy and transportation products export. Dongfang Electric has been selected as one of the world’s largest international contractors by the US Engineering News-Record (ENR) Magazine for 25 consecutive years with its excellent international operating capabilities and rich experience in large-scale project management.

The two parties will share technical resources, customer resources and project resources in the field of cooperation, jointly develop projects and expand the market, so as to achieve complementary advantages and win-win cooperation.

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