Sungrow Celebrates the Commercial Operation of China’s Largest Solar-Plus-Storage Project

PVTIME – Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, celebrates the grid connection of China’s largest solar-plus-storage project teaming up with Huanghe Hydropower Development. Comprising of a 2.2 GW PV park and a 202.86MW/202.86MWh energy storage plant, the landmark project is connected to the 800kV ultra-high voltage power line, facilitating the transfer of power from the west of China to the country’s densely populated east.

China’s largest solar-plus-storage project

The ultra-high voltage power line in China is set to maximize the consumption of renewable energy as the solar resources deployed unevenly by region, significantly fueling the transition to a low carbon economy for eastern China and facilitating the western economic growth.

Sungrow offers its PV and energy storage portfolio coming with an embedded sub-array energy management function that can be used to control the output of solar and storage, allowing for improved accuracy of solar generation forecasts. The flexibly-built microgrid system with Sungrow PV and energy storage system can supply electricity in the early construction period, making it one of the fastest completed renewable energy projects with a construction duration of over 4 months. The combination of PV and energy storage can also bring additional benefits, like ensuring grid stability.

As one of a few suppliers having expertise on both PV and energy storage solutions, Sungrow is equipped with an industry-leading sales, technical support and after-sales service team, offering responsive and adept service, making customers cost-optimized and hassle-free.

The rising demand for energy and the push towards low-carbon energy sources leads to the rapid growth of PV parks across the globe. The marketplace sees a prosperous future of solar-plus-storage as it can cope with the randomness and intermittence of renewable energy, and contributes to the global objective of a carbon-neutral world.