Bowen Meng, General Manager of the company’s storage solution centre and Cheryl Wang, Director of its lithium battery overseas sales centre, delivered keynote presentations to attendees.
Wang’s presentation focused on the company’s strength in R&D and innovation and capabilities in global manufacturing, delivery and service.
As a world-leader in lithium batteries, EVE Energy’s primary products have ranked first in sales and export volume in China for seven consecutive years, the company having supplied over 1.9 billion smart meter batteries globally.
Wang went on to introduce EVE’s comprehensive range of cylindrical cell solutions, the company having shipped over 2.1 billion cylindrical cells to customers around the world.
Responding to the fast-growing energy storage market in Turkey and the world in general, Meng’s presentation focused on the fact that we are currently at a pivotal point where global energy storage development moves from the GWh to the TWh era. With large-scale and long-term storage projects developing rapidly, there are major challenges to be addressed with regard to safety, management and economic benefits.
In order to effectively mitigate these challenges, Meng introduced the company’s range of system solutions in detail, including its 3.44MWh, 4MWh and 5MWh systems.
For several years, EVE Energy has been leading the industry’s development with innovative technologies. Its K-series battery cell products have been in the market for seven years and have received exclusively positive feedback from customers. This year, the company upgraded its “Mr. Big” product and achieved a major breakthrough in increasing the capacity of an energy storage cell to 628Ah, marking the arrival of the industry’s first super-large laminated smart cell. In addition, the “Mr. Giant”, a 5MWh ESS equipped with super-large laminated smart cells was also launched, redefining the ESS landscape. Meng underlined that “Mr. Giant” has adopted cutting-edge technologies to solve problems such as thermal runaway and difficulty in battery system management, as well as issues related to economy in the era of large-scale power stations.