Samsung, Sungrow roll out energy systems across U.S.

Samsung, Sungrow roll out energy systems across U.S.

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By Rich Pell

The projects span multiple sites across Massachusetts, California and Ontario, using customised 2MW to 4.2MWh systems.

Sungrow supplies energy storage system (ESS) inverters, Li-ion batteries and battery management systems through its joint venture with Samsung SDI, known otherwise as Sungrow-Samsung SDI (SSEP). Targeting large OEMs and ‘front-of-meter’ utility applications, SSEP’s 2MW-4.2MWh system integrates all the necessary system components, which are certified to UL1741-SA and UL9540 standards. 

“2018 has been a very fruitful year for Sungrow ESS Business, and the US market has quickly become one of the most important pillars for Sungrow. We are very delighted to work with our partners to deliver our latest 2MW-4.2MWh solution to the North America market,” said Jiamao Wu, the President of Sungrow-Samsung SDI.

Earlier this year, Sungrow announced that it has provided its solutions for the first solar plus storage community solar project in Massachusetts.

Founded in 1997 by University Professor Renxian Cao, Sungrow has the largest dedicated R&D team in the industry and has supplied 60GW of systems in over 50 countries, maintaining a worldwide market share of over 15%.

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