Sungrow has signed a project agreement with Penso Power and BW ESS that will see Sungrow deliver the battery energy storage system for a 100MW / 330MWh energy storage project located in Bramley, Hampshire, the UK.
The partnership will result in Sungrow’s â€˜PowerTitan 2.0â€™ liquid-cooled energy storage system being utilised for the first time in the UK. The PowerTitan 2.0 combines the 2.5MW power conversion system and 5MWh battery into a single 20-foot container. A statement said the technology â€œnot only enhances efficiency and safety, but also significantly reduces both capital expenditure (CAPEX) and operational expenditure (OPEX) costsâ€.
The Bramley project is scheduled to be operational in 2024, and will participate in grid balancing, ancillary services, and wholesale energy trading.
“This project signifies another momentous milestone for Sungrow as we continue the journey to provide cutting-edge energy solutions to the UK market,” said Dr. James Li, director of ESS Europe, Sungrow. “Our collaboration with Penso Power and BW ESS exemplifies our commitment to advancing clean and reliable energy storage solutions that will transform the energy landscape of the UK.”
Sungrow is proud to be at the forefront of renewable energy innovation and is dedicated to creating a sustainable future through groundbreaking projects like Bramley. As we take this significant step forward, Sungrow remains committed to delivering sustainable energy solutions that benefit, the local societies, our partners, and the environment, providing “Clean power for all”.