Narada completes first commercialised energy storage system in China

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Narada provided EPC services for the 1.5MW energy storage system. Image: Narada
A large-scale energy storage system designed and developed by Narada Power for GCL Silicon has successfully been put into service. The system now stands as the first commercialised energy storage system in China.

For this 1.5MW project, Narada has served as an EPC to provide overall design, procurement and construction services, while also offering additional tasks such as electricity consumption management, operation and maintenance.

Along with this first commercialised energy storage system (ESS), Narada is currently working on the largest ESS for an industrial park in China, with a total capacity of 15MW.

Chen Bo, the president of Narada, said: “In the future, on the basis of continuous reduction of cost per kWh, Narada will keep carrying forward the novel business model 'Investment and Operation' in ESS commercialization, and will contribute to sustainable development of energy for the whole world by continuous innovation, technology improvement, and commercialization of smart energy."

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