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Sineng Electric and Infineon to boost application of energy storage

By Sineng Electric
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Sineng Electric has announced that it has agreed a collaboration with leading semiconductor player Infineon Technologies, as part of which the latter will provide its TRENCHSTOP™ IGBT7 devices to the company, accelerating the advancement of Sineng’s high-power PCS technology. 

Sineng’s 2MW PCS utilizes Infineon’s 1200V EconoDUAL™ 3 power module. Without altering the dimensions of the unit, its power has been increased from 1.725MW to 2MW. With the advantages of higher energy density, small size and high reliability, the product has been widely accepted globally, reflecting the leading position of the two companies in the field of PV+ESS. 

The EconoDUAL™ 3 medium-power IGBT module package has become one of the most popular IGBT packages in the industry since its launch. By combining with the latest-generation of TRENCHSTOP™ IGBT7 chip technology, the module delivers higher power density and up to 30% higher output current for the same size.

With the support of high-power density components, Sineng’s series of PCS can achieve a conversion efficiency of up to 99%, supporting rapid power dispatch under high/low voltage, off-grid operation and “black start”, showcasing strong grid adaptability. 

Sineng VP Jiang Zhengmao commented: “Sineng Electric and Infineon have a long history of cooperation. From PV to energy storage, we have always been side by side and hand in hand. As the world’s leading supplier of PV+ESS solutions, Sineng has continued to increase its investment in the energy storage business and has accelerated the breadth and depth of its global market development.”

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