Goodwe Inverters Made-in-Turkey: Exports To Europe, Middle East and Asia

Goodwe Inverters Made-in-Turkey: Exports To Europe, Middle East and Asia

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Goodwe, a China based solar inverter company,  starts manufacturing its inverters in Manisa Free Zone in Turkey. Turkish Regional Sales Manager Engel Taştan, who spoke to alternatifenerji.com during Solarex Fair last week said ” Our aim is to focus on not only the local market but on surrounding markets as well. Our strategy is to dominate both the Turkish and the neighbouring solar inverter markets. We have exceeded 700 MWs of capacity in Europe and we are planning to manufacture 500 MW of this volume in Turkey.”

Taştan mentioned that Goodwe’s hybrid inverters have a very big market share in  Pakistani market and continued “We will be exporting our “Made-in- Turkey” products to Pakistan, Azerbaijan,, Iran, Greece and Crotia. We aim to be closer to the European, Middle East, Cafcassian and Near Asia markets and provide faster service. The fact that Turkey is a bridging country between Europe and Asia has a big impact on our decision to invest here”

 

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