Sungrow signs Nofar Energy deal for 230MWh of German battery storage

May 17, 2024

Energy storage system provider Sungrow has signed heads of terms for supply and service agreements for a 230MWh Nofar Energy battery energy storage project (BESS) to be constructed in Stendal, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.

The deal means Sungrow’s ‘PowerTitan2.0’ liquid-cooled energy storage system will be used for the first time in Germany.

Tzvi Ben David, country manager at Sungrow, said: “This project represents yet another significant milestone for Sungrow as we persist in delivering state-of-the-art energy solutions. Our long-term partnership with Nofar Energy underscores our dedication to advancing clean and dependable energy storage solutions. The cooperative synergy with our colleagues in Europe not only bolsters our support network but also offers robust solutions for international projects like the one in Stendal, Germany.”

Nofar Energy’s Chairman, Ofer Yannay, added: “This substantial purchase deal underscores our continuous growth trajectory, as evidenced by our recent reports. Over the past three years, we have successfully initiated and commissioned over 1 GW of solar projects across six different countries, with impressive returns. Moreover, Nofar stands as a prominent player in the electricity storage sector, boasting 1.1 GWh in operation and under construction, and a total storage portfolio of 7.5 GWh.”