Sungrow achieved 3GW distribution contracts of PV inverters and over 600MWh BESS contracts with several renowned renewables players in Australia during the All Energy Australia hosted last week. It will supply its industry-leading residential and commercial PV inverters to local customers for the upcoming 2-3 years and help to build some milestone BESS plants in Australia.
At the event this year, Sungrow showcased its new-gen residential and commercial PV and ESS solutions, featuring higher yields, enhanced safety protection, simplified operation and intelligent post-O&M. Its PowerTitan and PowerStack (Sungrow's latest liquid-cooled energy storage system for the utility and C&I market), as well as its flagship air-cooled storage system ST129CP-50HV are especially under the spotlight.
Noticeably, Sungrow's latest liquid-cooled ESS series safeguards the BESS plant's safety with advanced liquid-cooled technologies and AI monitoring of the battery cell. Cluster-level energy management can refine energy charging and discharge, bringing higher yields.
Altogether, Sungrow established a 3GW long-term inverters partnership with One Stop Warehouse (2GW, distributed in 3 years) and AC Solar Warehouse (1GW, distributed in 2 years). It also signed over 600MWh BESS contracts with leading renewables players in Australia. The largest among them will construct the 360MW/292MWh Solar River Project, expected to be South Australia's largest DC-coupled solar plus storage plant.
Sungrow will also cooperate with Mondo to develop C&I BESS plants in 2023. The first batch will be 50 projects with a total generation of 10 MWh.
—said Shawn Shi, General Manager of Sungrow APAC Region.
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