Sungrow Wins MESIA Solar Awards 2022 as the “Regional Technology Provider for Inverters” on the World Future Energy Summit

ABU DHABI, UAE, Jan. 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As the World Future Energy Summit 2022 rang down the curtain, Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, won MESIA Solar Awards 2022 as the “Regional Technology Provider for Inverters”. As the only company winning this award, it bears strong testimonial to Sungrow’s advanced technologies. This award represents the recognition from local authority, honoring Sungrow’s excellent performance in the Middle East and North Africa all over the past years.


The Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA) is the largest solar trade association in the MENA region, representing over 150 international and local organizations. Each year, MESIA awards good practice, professionalism, quality, safety, and innovation with the “MESIA Solar Awards”. In 2022, Sungrow applied for the “Regional Technology Provider” with its ultra-powerful string inverter SG350HX and the most innovative “1+X” modular inverter. After rounds of judging via a panel of industry experts and leaders, Sungrow won this honor eventually among other distinguished applicants.

According to MESIA’s testimonial of this award, the two utility-scale inverters: SG350HX and “1+X” modular inverter prove more technically adaptable to MENA region, as they are able to lower the LCOE by the compatibility with the growing preference of higher wattage. Both inverters passed all international and IEC standards and they have high protection standard.

Throughout the past three days from January 17th to 19th at the WFES 2022, Sungrow also showcased several new products. The latest 1500V Liquid Cooled Energy Storage System, the new-generation Residential Energy Storage System—SH6.0RS and other solar plus storage products were exhibited. Many prestigious international energy companies including ACWA Power, EDF, Masdar, AMEA Power, Marubeni visited Sungrow’s booth and learned about the new solutions. Moreover, Sungrow signed a total of 340MW of residential, and C&I inverter orders with three well-known distributors including Organge from the UAE, ACO from Egypt and AI-Raebi from Yemen.

Facing the booming renewable energy industry in MENA, Sungrow began strategizing and cultivating the MENA market quite early. Currently, Sungrow occupies the largest market share in that region. In the future, relying on the localized sales network, warehouse, and service outlets, Sungrow looks forward to expanding its presence in MENA and helping the region’s transition to clean energy.

About Sungrow

Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd. is the world’s most bankable inverter brand with over 182 GW installed worldwide as of June 2021. Founded by University Professor Cao Renxian, Sungrow is a leader in the R&D of solar inverters with the largest dedicated R&D team in the industry and a broad product portfolio offering PV inverter solutions and energy storage systems for utility-scale, C&I, and residential applications, as well as floating PV plant solutions. With a strong 24-year track record in the PV space, Sungrow products power installations in over 150 countries. Learn more about Sungrow via:


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Ministry of Health Reports 4,608 Cases of COVID-19, 4,622 Recoveries in Saudi Arabia

Riyadh, The Ministry of Health (MoH) announced, in the past 24 hours, the registration of 4,608 new cases of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, bringing the total number of infections to 647,819.
In a statement, the MoH said the that the number of critical cases reached 637.
The MoH added that it recorded 4,622 recoveries, pushing the recovery tally to 594,762, while the death tally rose to 8,918, following reporting two related cases.
It advised everyone to contact the 937 Center for consultations and inquiries around the clock, to obtain health information and services, and to know the latest developments of the Coronavirus.


Source: Saudi Press Agency

Saudi Arabia Participates in World Economic Forum “Preparing for the Future” Session

Riyadh, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the Minister of Finance Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Jadaan participated yesterday in the virtual session “Preparing for the Future” as part of the activities of the World Economic Forum “The Davos Agenda”.
In his opening speech, Al-Jadaan stressed that the past two years have provided many lessons to build economic resilience and improve preparedness for the future, citing the need to take deliberate and decisive data-based measures to reduce risks while balancing public health and social and economic needs.
He added, “The Group of Twenty agreed to form a joint task force from the ministries of health and finance to ensure the world is better prepared for the future, and it is important that we support these efforts,” pointing that Covid-19 pandemic provided us with a clear lesson that no one country can fight the epidemic alone since any pandemic requires greater international cooperation.
The Minister of Finance also clarified that the transformation in the field of energy and sustainable development are two main factors to be able to build a resilient global economy, but the threat that is often ignored is the need to ensure energy security, so that the matter is not negatively affected by the transformation.
Al-Jadaan stressed that the G20 is working with the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and other multilateral institutions to find a way to better prepare for potential crises in the future by continuing structural reforms and managing risks, noting that in the past, it took years to produce vaccines, yet today, with collective cooperation, whether from the private sector or the government, we were able to deal well with the crisis, we were able to provide support to low-income countries and we were able to provide relief efforts in agreement with the G20 and Paris Club, while the International Monetary Fund (IMF) agreed to distribute the equivalent of $650 billion from its special drawing rights to support liquidity.
The Minister of Finance further said that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia supports sustainability while ensuring energy security and the inevitability of moving to a green and sustainable global economy, based on a flexible and thoughtful approach, to ensure energy security and economic stability in the long term.
It is worth mentioning that The Davos Agenda was held from 17 to 21 January, during which the participants hosted a series of virtual sessions that were in line with the annual meeting’s goal of guiding world leaders on the necessities of the coming year.


Source: Saudi Press Agency

Joint Forces Command of the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen: Circulations Regarding Coalition’s Targeting A Detention Center In Sa’dah Are Baseless And Unfounded

Riyadh, A statement by the Official Spokesperson of the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen Brigadier General Turki Al-Malki:
“The Joint Forces Command of the Coalition has followed what was circulated by some media outlets after the terrorist Iran-backed Houthi militia’s announcement that the Coalition has targeted a detention center in Sa’dah Governorate on Friday’s (21 January 2022) morning, and the claim that some casualties have occurred among detainees in said center. These claims adopted by the militia are baseless and unfounded.
The Joint Forces Command of the Coalition takes these reports extremely seriously, as a comprehensive After Action Review (AAR) has been conducted in accordance with the internal mechanism of the Joint Forces Command of the Coalition, and these claims have been proven groundless.
What the terrorist Iran-backed Houthi militia proclaimed underlines its constant approach of misleading and disinformation. The target in question has not been placed on the No Strike List (NSL) in accordance with the agreed upon mechanism with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Yemen, has not been reported by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), and does not adhere to the rules of the International Humanitarian Law concerning detention centers stated in Article (23) of Geneva Convention (III) relative to the Treatment of of Prisoners of War, which establishes distinctive symbols and preventative measures for such locations.
The Joint Forces Command of the Coalition will share with (OCHA) and (ICRC) the facts and details, as well as the media misinformation which has been exhibited by the terrorist Houthi militia regarding the target and the location of the claim.”


Source: Saudi Press Agency

Pakistan Records 6540 New Cases of COVID-19

Islamabad, Pakistan recorded 6540 new cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and 12 deaths, in the past 24 hours.
The National Center for Monitoring Coronavirus Developments of Pakistan said today that the total number of COVID-19 cases reached 1360019, out of which 63344 are active cases, while the total deaths reached 29077, adding that the total number of recoveries reached 1267598.


Source: Saudi Press Agency