At ESA’s Annual Energy Storage Conference & Expo, Sungrow premiered its fully Integrated ESS (Energy Storage System) Solution and DC Coupled PV & Storage System Solutions. As the Energy Storage (ESS) market continues to grow in the United States, Sungrow leads the industry as it pushes toward a new wave of industry innovations, again demonstrating the strength of the company’s brand and vanguard R&D platform.
All-in-one ESS solution ST556KWH-250
As one of the first on the U.S. market to offer high-power capabilities, ST556KWH-250 features four units of 60-kW modules, which enables flexible design to customize system capacity and module quantity, and can be widely used in multiple applications, including peak shaving, demand response and micro-grid.
The main innovation behind the new ESS solution is its integration with Samsung’s latest E3 Battery to obtain a smaller size and higher energy densities, along with minimized on-site labor and wiring. Thanks to its local controller, HAVC and FSS design, ST556KWH-250 ensures flexible operations and easy maintenance.
DC-coupled Energy Storage System
To further strengthen its ESS range, Sungrow introduced its all-new DC-coupled ESS solution. Compared to an AC-coupled system, the new DC-coupled system has a lower connected power distribution and is easy to transport and install. With its compact mechanical design, this system not only reduces initial investment by 20%, but also harnesses solar energy effectively, making it the perfect match of the solar plus storage power plants.
“We are excited to be showcasing our latest products and technologies at this show,” said Jack Gu, president of Sungrow’s PV & Energy Storage Division. “Until now, we have more than 200 MW [of] storage systems deployed in the U.S., especially in the commercial space with a market share over 15%. As a pioneering PV technology leader and inverter solution provider, Sungrow will continue to develop and present new cutting-edge PV and ESS solutions and catalyze the development of the global PV industry.”
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