Sungrow launches new 1,500-V all-in-one energy storage system
Sungrow is showcasing multiple solutions to visitors of this year’s Energy Storage Europe this year. These solutions help plant owners utilize solar energy efficiently before and even after sunset. Systems on display include the company’s latest 1,500-V Energy Storage Systems (ESS) as well as residential hybrid inverters and lithium battery systems.
For utility-scale applications, Sungrow is displaying its latest all-in-one 1,500-V energy storage system ST2740KWH-2500HV-MV. This containerized solution integrates energy storage inverters, lithium-ion batteries and medium-voltage transformers, which significantly saves on initial investment and future O&M costs. Featuring high efficiency and allowing for system expansion, the solution is applied to frequency regulation, demand response, peak-shaving and energy arbitrage as well as renewable energy ancillary services.
Focusing on fast-growing residential and C&I energy systems, Sungrow presents its new residential hybrid inverter SH3k6/4k6 and power conversion system SC50HV for 1,500 Vdc systems, which is characterized by its compact design, 22-kg weight, and ability to be easily installed by just one person. Meanwhile, Sungrow’s battery modules E2 and M2F have proven to be another state-of-the-art solution required from the industry. As the company continuously pushes for innovation, these solutions not only create a higher investment payback but also have an industry leading life-cycle performance.
The global energy storage industry is poised for takeoff. Storage applications in the field are set to proliferate as costs continue to decline. Currently, the market is highly concentrated on countries like the United States, Germany, England, Japan, Korea and Australia.
“Storage has arrived,” says James Wu, VP of Sungrow’s PV & Energy Storage Division. “Over the years, Sungrow has been maintaining an industry-leading level of sustainable growth in international markets. We will continue to work pragmatically to build the products of the future — be it in power conversion or storage.”
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