Sungrow to Supply over 50 Mwh ESS Solutions to North America

These projects will span multiple sites across Massachusetts, California and Ontario, using customized systems including its recently launched 2MW-4.2MWh system solutions.

One of the leading solar PV inverter solutions provider Sungrow has won the projects aggregating over 50MWh following the ESA Energy Storage Conference & Expo held in Boston, Massachusetts.

Further, these projects will span multiple sites across Massachusetts, California and Ontario, using customized systems including its recently launched 2MW-4.2MWh system solutions.

The company has proved to be a one-stop shop for all commercial and utility-scale energy storage system needs.

It supplies energy storage inverters, Li-ion batteries and advanced battery management systems through its joint venture with Samsung SDI, known otherwise as Sungrow-Samsung SDI (SSEP).

Moreover, targeting large C&I and front-of-meter utility applications, SSEP’s 2 MW-4.2 MWh system integrates all functions and system auxiliary components, which are certified to UL1741-SA and UL9540 standards.

The fully integrated package offers the optimized performance and maximized system efficiency and is designed for easy deployment with low O&M costs and ‘all in one’ warranty approach.

Commenting on the deal, Sungrow-Samsung SDI, President, Jiamao Wu said, “2018 has been a very fruitful year for Sungrow ESS Business, and the US market has quickly become one of the most important pillars for Sungrow. We are very delighted to work with our partners to deliver our latest 2MW-4.2MWh solution to the North America market.”

The company’s ESS solution is leading the trends in the high-end energy storage market and is quickly becoming tier-one ESS system solution provider in the North American market.

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Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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