JinkoSolar launches a new series SunTera utility-scale ESS with upgraded capacity of 5MWh 

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  • JinkoSolar has launched the new series of its utility scale ESS SunTera, which boasts upgraded capacity of 5MWh.
  • The new 314Ah battery boasts the most efficient charging/discharging up to 94% at system level.
  • It is one of the most powerful LFP battery based energy storage system in the market.

Other standout features include:

Added safety

Precisely controlled liquid cooling system controls the between-cells temperature difference within industry-lowest 2 Celsius degrees, as temperature non-uniformity is the primary factor of performance loss, and more severely causing fire. Jinkosolar amplifies this feature with multiple levels of protection and insulation to avoid spread in extreme condition.

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Less energy consumption

Unlike air cooling or conventional liquid cooling which is blind-cooling, Jinkosolar’s ESS automatic on-demand liquid cooling is more precise and targeted, which cam save 30% of energy.

The smarter O&M

Intelligent EMS cloud to enable real-time monitor, analysis and power management.

The most affordable

In addition to the brand’s reputation, Jinko’s ESS is top-of-the-range product backed with 20-years warranty, all at a price that qualifies it and makes Jinko’s ESS very affordable.

JinkoSolar is one of the few companies that can provide industry-leading solar and ESS products separately or in combo at a competitive cost. One-stop solution, service and warranty to avoid after-sales trouble and conflicts between different vendors. Leveraging its solar distribution channels, JinkoSolar will quickly achieve global coverage of its ESS by expanding to 190 markets worldwide, to ensure on-time delivery

Link to the list of JinkoSolar distributors in Africa HERE

Author: Bryan Groenendaal



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