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EVE Energy placed second in 1Q 24 energy storage cell shipment rankings

By EVE Energy
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EVE Energy has taken second place in InfoLink Consulting’s 1Q 24 energy storage cell shipment rankings, having achieved an impressive 60GWh.

Founder and chairman Liu Jincheng commented: “EVE Energy continues to enhance its technical capabilities and elevate quality as the core of its development, to strengthen its resilience through economic cycles and expand services globally to help more customers succeed.”

The company is already cooperating with a number of well-known global power and energy organisations, including Powin, ABS, HITE Smart Energy, Linyang Energy Storage and JinkoSolar.

In addition to its regional headquarters in South, Central, Southwest and Northeast China, Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asia, the company has also set up an office in Taipei with regional subsidiaries in Singapore and Germany, and established VMI (vendor-managed inventory) warehouses to provide localized services. The company is also planning a VMI warehouse and subsidiary in the Americas.

“As the estimated energy efficiency of EVE Energy improves by 1 percent, it will increase a customer’s operational benefits throughout the life cycle by about USD 490,000,” added EVE CTO Dr. Yuan Dingding.

The ‘Mr.’ Flagship series solution boasts outperforming energy storage efficiency. With a cell capacity of 628Ah, ‘Mr. Big’ adopts third-generation, high-speed stacking technology, achieving an efficiency of 96%. The ‘Mr. Giant’ system utilizes a minimal integration solution, the world’s first energy storage system with an extra-large capacity and high-efficiency cell, and a standard 20-foot cabinet with energy of up to 5MWh and system efficiency reaching 95%.

In terms of hardware, Mr. Giant’s minimalist design makes the installation and maintenance of large-scale energy storage power plants very straightforward, increasing the simplicity of system maintenance by 50% and reducing the amount of O&M monitoring by 50%, reducing the number of spare parts required by half and saving effort in installation.

Mr. Giant’s software is equipped with an advanced information management system that integrates AI algorithms to achieve fault diagnosis on the cloud platform and improve operational efficiency. “In addition, it supports a back-to-back and shoulder-to-shoulder system layout that occupies up to 50 percent less land at a capacity of 100MWh.

The Mr. series will be mass produced in China in the fourth quarter of this year and in Malaysia by the end of 2025.

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