Jolywood to Power a Fully Electric Truck With its Solar Energy Storage System

Jolywood has unveiled its new solar energy storage system with the launch of the fully electric heavy truck manufactured by Breton.

Jolywood Electric Truck Solar Storage

Chinese solar module manufacturer, Jolywood has unveiled its new solar energy storage system with the launch of the fully electric heavy truck manufactured by Breton. Fuelling the emerging electric vehicles (trucks) sector, the module manufacturer has driven substantial growth in the Internet of Energy (IoE) sector, making renewable energy more accessible.

Together with Breton, Jolywood presented the full-electric heavy truck and its smart energy system at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC) held from August 29-31, 2019, in Shanghai. 

“Powering by solar and wind plus energy storage system is integrated by automation and the internet. Become a significant green alternative to gas-guzzling trucks,” said Meng from Breton.

Powered by Jolywood’s PV energy system, the full-electric heavy vehicle, or e-truck is powered by clean energy supplied by the PV power generation station and wind turbine. The system makes clean energy widely accessible and highly efficient. Heavy trucks usually need to take long routes with large loads; the full-electric heavy vehicle makes these journeys less arduous and less polluting.

The PV modules used in the system is the JW-T60N N-type monocrystalline high-efficiency bifacial paving module. In addition to advanced performance features of the Jolywood N-type module, such as high conversion efficiency, the module is equipped with the firm’s transparent mesh backsheet, which significantly reduces the weight of the module. For heavy-duty trucks, the lightweight installation translates into a reduction in load, power consumption and an increase in distance.

In addition to making excellent use of new energy, the Breton full-electric heavy-truck is controlled by a self-driving system. The two features together show the rise and importance of the Internet of Energy trend. According to Chen Fangming, chairman of Breton, the future for energy will be electrical, low-carbon and intelligent. And it is the Internet that integrates every sector. In that sense, a new and smart future for energy has just started from an all-electric trip begun by Jolywood and Breton.

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Ayush Verma

Ayush Verma

Ayush is a staff writer at saurenergy.com and writes on renewable energy with a special focus on solar and wind. Prior to this, as an engineering graduate trying to find his niche in the energy journalism segment, he worked as a correspondent for iamrenew.com.

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