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Sungrow Energy Storage System Garnered Wide Attention in All-Energy 2017

Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, presents its commercial, utility-scale and residential energy storage system (ESS) in ALL-Energy 2017, the most popular clean energy exhibition in Australia. Sungrow ESS, on show at booth 3614, has attracted a large group of professional visitors.

 

One of the most visited products is the commercial and utility-scale turnkey solution which integrates core components such as energy storage Inverters with the Australia certification and NCM Li-Ion batteries with higher energy density and longer cycle life supplied by Sungrow-Samsung SDI Joint Venture, to meet varying energy demands such as energy shifting, micro-grid, power frequency regulation, demand response, and so on.
Also on show is the residential ESS which consists of 5Kw (SH5K) hybrid inverter and 4.8kWh (SBP4K8) battery pack. The battery pack is best characterized by its intelligent and optimized Energy Management System (EMS) and Battery Management System (BMS), reliable battery cells with over 95% depth of discharge, flexible installation design, and easy online firmware update. The entire system is designed to maximize solar revenue for residential users.
"Australia is one of the most dynamic energy storage markets in the world. With our 20 years of experience in renewable energy, we are now providing cutting-edge integrated ESS solutions for residential, commercial & industrial, and utility-scale applications. We are determined to better meet the varied needs from our clients in Australia as well as anywhere else in the world," said Prof. Renxian Cao, President of Sungrow.
Currently, Sungrow energy storage division has successfully deployed over 1.3GWh for more than 500 projects in countries like UK, Germany, North America, India, Japan, South Korea, South Sudan, Cambodia and China.
www.sungrowpower.com

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