VIDEO: Stabilising the grid with Sungrow’s ESS technology

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PV Tech proudly presents this Tech Talk webinar in conjunction with Energy-Storage.news, Sungrow ESS: Technology to stabilise the grid.

In this webinar, we explore how liquid-cooled battery energy storage systems can improve project economics and extend equipment life. The world’s industries are adjusting to life after the COVID pandemic.

At the same time, the world’s energy systems continue moving to higher shares of renewable energy. Energy storage can help grids integrate renewable energy and meet rising demand for electricity, reducing volatility in electricity supply and pricing.

However, large utility-scale battery storage plants face numerous challenges including high capital cost, low energy output, low flexibility, and safety issues.

New technologies can drive the best economics for a battery storage project. For instance, advanced liquid cooling can dissipate heat more evenly from battery cells, with lower auxiliary power consumption, than HVAC systems.

Speaker in this webinar:

Zhendong Qin, senior manager, battery storage system solutions Europe, Sungrow.

This webinar will also be available on-demand at PV Tech. On-demand registrants will receive presentation slide deck. Check the site here for more info.

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